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Declare Arrays in a for loop

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$Array[0] = "Server1"

$Array[1] = "Server2"

$Array[2] = "Server3"

 

For $x = 0 to 2

"Create Array named $Array[$x]"

Next

Is this even possible?

 

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Actually I take that back, it appears you can.

#AutoIt3Wrapper_Run_AU3Check=n

#include <Array.au3>

For $i = 0 To 2
    Assign("Array" & $i, _CreateArray())
Next

_ArrayDisplay($Array0)
_ArrayDisplay($Array1)
_ArrayDisplay($Array2)

Func _CreateArray()
    Local $a[3]
    Return $a
EndFunc   ;==>_CreateArray

I'm unsure about the wisdom of such code but it does work.

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Or you can store the subarrays directly in the main array:

#include <Array.au3>

Dim $aMain[100]

For $i = 0 To 99
    $aMain[$i] = _CreateArray()
Next

_ArrayDisplay($aMain[00], "Subarray 00")
_ArrayDisplay($aMain[50], "Subarray 50")
_ArrayDisplay($aMain[99], "Subarray 99")

Func _CreateArray()
    Local $aSubArray[3]
    Return $aSubArray
EndFunc

 

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Or you simply use a 2D array.


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