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I have an array of CheckBoxes and I want to store the state of these within a ListView. Not sure of the best way to do this but was thinking I might use a string that has a 0 or a 1 for each character position but cant work out how to index a string as an array with autoit.

I wanted to end up with a string value that I can store in my ListView that looks like this the following 000000000000 representing a single character (0 or 1) for each of my 12 checkboxes.

Any advice appreciated...

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Use GUICtrlRead in a loop to get the state of the Checkboxes (beware - the return will NOT be 0/1) and once converted, concatenate the results into a single string.


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OK that works now - again thank you. I was comparing the GUICtrlRead result with a 1 or a 0 rather than $GUI_CHECKED and GUI_UNCHECKED..

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