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can i do something like that?

something like what c/c++ programming does,

a=1

b=2

c[1] = &a

c[2] = &b


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can i do something like that?

something like what c/c++ programming does,

a=1

b=2

c[1] = &a

c[2] = &b

Actually no, pointers to variables are not implemented. However, there are some forms of pointers available in AutoIT. See passing function parameters "byref" and DllStructGetPtr(), but that's not what you are asking for.

Well, you could do this:

$a=1
$b=2

dim $c[2]

$c[0] = "a"
$c[1] = "b"

msgbox(0,"","$a = " & eval($c[0]) &  " $b = " & eval($c[1]))

Cheers

Kurt


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Well, you could do this:

$a=1
$b=2

dim $c[2]

$c[0] = "a"
$c[1] = "b"

msgbox(0,"","$a = " & eval($c[0]) &  " $b = " & eval($c[1]))

Cheers

Kurt

B) That seems pretty close to what I'm looking for

so if I were to do this:

eval($c[0]) = 3

would $a = 3 as well?


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Almost. Eval() doesn't work the other way around -- you would use Assign() here:

Local $A, $B, $C[2]

$A = 1
$B = 2

$C[0] = 'A'
$C[1] = 'B'

MsgBox(0x40, 'Values of $A and $B', '$A = ' & Eval($C[0]) & @LF & '$B = ' & Eval($C[1]))

Assign($C[0], 3)
Assign($C[1], 4)

MsgBox(0x40, 'Values of $A and $B', '$A = ' & Eval($C[0]) & @LF & '$B = ' & Eval($C[1]))

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Great!! That's exactly what I'm looking for!!

Thanks!!


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