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squadjot

Hi everybody

I need to read a multidimensional array, declared as a string, written in a ini file.

Like this:

//settings.ini
[Main]
areas=[[0,10,50,50],[500,560,50,50]]

When i read the value with IniRead, it's a string.
Is there an easy way to convert that to valid arrays?

 

Thanks

 

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Danyfirex

just for fun.

#include <Array.au3>
Local $sString = "[[0,10,50,50],[500,560,50,50]]"




Local $aArray = _Make2Array($sString)


_ArrayDisplay($aArray)

Func _Make2Array($sString)
    Local $aReg = StringRegExp($sString, "\d{1,}", 3)
    Local $aArray[2][UBound($aReg) / 2]
    For $i = 0 To (UBound($aReg) - 1) / 2
        $aArray[0][$i] = $aReg[($i)]
        $aArray[1][$i] = $aReg[($i) + (UBound($aReg)) / 2]
    Next
    Return $aArray
EndFunc   ;==>_Make2Array

Saludos

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spudw2k

@DanyFirex

Quick n dirty...not bad.  My only complaint...it's too tailored for this particular scenario.  
There is nothing wrong with making a very, very specific function...but the modular mindset in me is twitching.
 

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@DanyFirex

Quick n dirty...not bad.  My only complaint...it's too tailored for this particular scenario.  
There is nothing wrong with making a very, very specific function...but the modular mindset in me is twitching.
 

dirty is so much sweet for that script lol

Saludos

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mikell

My 2 cents, for the concept and w/o error checking

#include <Array.au3>

Local $sString = "[[0,10,50,50],[500,560,50,50]]"

Local $aArray = _Make2Array($sString)
_ArrayDisplay($aArray)


Func _Make2Array($s)
    $s = StringRegExpReplace($s, '[\[\]]{2}', "")
    Local $s1 = StringSplit($s, "],[", 1), $s2
    StringReplace($s1[1], ",", ",")
    Local $res[$s1[0]][@extended+1]
    For $i = 1 to $s1[0]
         $s2 = StringSplit($s1[$i], ",")
         For $j = 1 to $s2[0]
              $res[$i-1][$j-1] = $s2[$j]
         Next
    Next
    Return $res
EndFunc

Edit
Hehe, JO was right about StringSplit, but I don't know a one-liner regex able to return a 2D array  :)

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jchd

Not with the current PCRE implementation, sadly. Nor with the current ReDim which (sadly again) doesn't allow various dimension combinations. Hence pedestrian solutions only.


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jdelaney

You can get around various dimensional combinations by using array of arrays, rather than just array of strings/integers.

#include <Array.au3>
Local $sString = "[[0,10,50,50],[500,560,50,50]]"
$a = StringRegExp($sString,"\[([\d,]+)\]",3)
For $i = 0 To UBound($a)-1
    $a[$i] = StringSplit($a[$i],",",2)
    _ArrayDisplay($a[$i])
Next

Local $sString = "[[0,10,50,50],[560,50,50]]"
$a = StringRegExp($sString,"\[([\d,]+)\]",3)
For $i = 0 To UBound($a)-1
    $a[$i] = StringSplit($a[$i],",",2)
    _ArrayDisplay($a[$i])
Next

 

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iamtheky

Does it matter if the array is 2D, as long you read them out where you need them?

$count = 0
$sOut = ""

Local $sString = "[[0,10,50,50],[500,560,50,50]]"

$aString = stringsplit(stringreplace(stringreplace($sString , "]" , "") , "[" , "") , "," , 2)

For $i = 0 to ubound($aString) - 1
    $count += 1
    $sOut &= $aString[$i] & @TAB
    If $count = (ubound($aString) / 2) Then $sOut &= @LF
Next

msgbox(0, '' , $sOut)

 


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Malkey

This modified mikell's example allows for a 2D array with varying number of columns in rows.

#include <Array.au3>

Local $sString = '[[0,10,50,50],["L", "o", "n", "g", "e", "s", "t"],["The least","number of columns","in a row"],[500,560,50,50,5]] '
Local $aArray = _Make2ArrayEx($sString)
_ArrayDisplay($aArray)


Func _Make2ArrayEx($s)
    $s = StringRegExpReplace($s, '[\[\]]{2}', "")
    Local $s1 = StringSplit($s, "],[", 1), $s2
    StringReplace($s1[1], ",", ",")
    Local $iUB_Cols = @extended + 1
    Local $res[$s1[0]][$iUB_Cols]
    For $i = 1 To $s1[0]
        $s2 = StringSplit($s1[$i], ",")
        If $s2[0] > $iUB_Cols Then
            $iUB_Cols = $s2[0]
            ReDim $res[$s1[0]][$iUB_Cols]
        EndIf
        For $j = 1 To $s2[0]
            $res[$i - 1][$j - 1] = $s2[$j]
        Next
    Next
    Return $res
EndFunc   ;==>_Make2ArrayEx

 

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mLipok

Hi, try example_6 from FRED.

In your FRED opening post there are broken links.
Can you fix it ?

 


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jchd

BTW this format is very similar to a CSV is you remove the leading and trailing square brakets and consider '],[' as a line separator. This modulo spurious spacing, of course.


This wonderful site allows debugging and testing regular expressions (many flavors available). An absolute must have in your bookmarks.
Another excellent RegExp tutorial. Don't forget downloading your copy of up-to-date pcretest.exe and pcregrep.exe here
RegExp tutorial: enough to get started
PCRE v8.33 regexp documentation latest available release and currently implemented in AutoIt beta.

SQLitespeed is another feature-rich premier SQLite manager (includes import/export). Well worth a try.
SQLite Expert (freeware Personal Edition or payware Pro version) is a very useful SQLite database manager.
An excellent eBook covering almost every aspect of SQLite3: a must-read for anyone doing serious work.
SQL tutorial (covers "generic" SQL, but most of it applies to SQLite as well)
A work-in-progress SQLite3 tutorial. Don't miss other LxyzTHW pages!
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mLipok, you write, thanks for the alert.

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mikell

A variant of Malkey's variant   :)
Not sure it's faster than several Redims

#include <Array.au3>

Local $sString = '[[0,10,50,50],["L", "o", "n", "g", "e", "s", "t"],["The least","number of columns","in a row"],[500,560,50,50,5]] '

Local $aArray = _Make2Array($sString)
_ArrayDisplay($aArray)


Func _Make2Array($s)
    $s = StringRegExpReplace($s, '[\[\]]{2}', "")
    Local $s1 = StringSplit($s, "],[", 1), $s2, $n
    For $i = 1 to $s1[0]
        StringReplace($s1[$i], ",", ",")
        $n = ($n < @extended+1) ? @extended+1 : $n
    Next
    Local $res[$s1[0]][$n]
    For $i = 1 to $s1[0]
         $s2 = StringSplit($s1[$i], ",")
         For $j = 1 to $s2[0]
              $res[$i-1][$j-1] = $s2[$j]
         Next
    Next
    Return $res
EndFunc

 

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jguinch

Here is my small contribution :

#include <Array.au3>

Local $sString = '[[0,10,50,50],["L", "o", 50, "g", "e", "s", "t"],["The least","numbers of columns","in a row"],[500,560,50,50,5], ["That''s all"]] '
Local $aArray = _Make2Array($sString)
_ArrayDisplay($aArray)

Func _Make2Array($s)
    Local $aLines = StringRegExp($s, "(?<=[\[,])\s*\[(.*?)\]\s*[,\]]", 3), $iCountCols = 0
    For $i = 0 To UBound($aLines) - 1
        $aLines[$i] = StringRegExp($aLines[$i], "(?:^|,)\s*(?|'([^']*)'|""([^""]*)""|(.*?))(?=\s*(?:,|$))", 3)
        If UBound($aLines[$i]) > $iCountCols Then $iCountCols = UBound($aLines[$i])
    Next
    Local $aRet[UBound($aLines)][$iCountCols]
    For $y = 0 To UBound($aLines) - 1
        For $x = 0 To UBound($aLines[$y]) - 1
            $aRet[$y][$x] = ($aLines[$y])[$x]
        Next
    Next
    Return $aRet
EndFunc

 

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COUNTRY</td> <td>TOURING</td> <td>BLACK</td> <td class="textCenter">4</td> <td class="textCenter">6</td> <td>E</td> <td class="textCenter">A</td> <td class="textCenter">4X2</td> <td class="textCenter">A</td> <td>CD</td> <td class="textCenter">HT</td> <td class="textCenter"></td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">198,541</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">$1,900</td> </tr> <tr><!-- 318 --> <td class="textCenter">2011</td> <td>DODGE</td> <td>DURANGO AWD V6</td> <td>CREW</td> <td>BLUE</td> <td class="textCenter">S</td> <td class="textCenter">6</td> <td>GAS</td> <td class="textCenter">A</td> <td class="textCenter">AWD</td> <td class="textCenter">A</td> <td>CD</td> <td class="textCenter">SR</td> <td class="textCenter">C</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">176,036</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">$2,800</td> </tr> <tr><!-- 319 --> <td class="textCenter">2011</td> <td>FORD</td> <td>FOCUS</td> <td>SE</td> <td>SILVER</td> <td class="textCenter">4</td> <td class="textCenter">4</td> <td>GAS</td> <td class="textCenter">A</td> <td class="textCenter"></td> <td class="textCenter">Y</td> <td>CD</td> <td class="textCenter">HT</td> <td class="textCenter">C</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">101,929</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">$3,100</td> </tr> <tr><!-- 320 --> <td class="textCenter">2011</td> <td>FORD</td> <td>FUSION FWD 4C</td> <td>SEL</td> <td>WHITE</td> <td class="textCenter">4</td> <td class="textCenter">4</td> <td>GAS</td> <td class="textCenter">A</td> <td class="textCenter"></td> <td class="textCenter">Y</td> <td>CD</td> <td class="textCenter">SR</td> <td class="textCenter">L</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">78,290</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">$5,500</td> </tr> <tr><!-- 321 --> <td class="textCenter">2011</td> <td>FORD</td> <td>F150 4X4 CR</td> <td>XLT</td> <td>BLACK</td> <td class="textCenter">C</td> <td class="textCenter">8</td> <td>GAS</td> <td class="textCenter">A</td> <td class="textCenter">4X4</td> <td class="textCenter">Y</td> <td>CD</td> <td class="textCenter">HT</td> <td class="textCenter">C</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">70,909</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">$16,000</td> </tr> <tr><!-- 322 --> <td class="textCenter">2011</td> <td>FORD</td> <td>MUSTANG V6 CPE</td> <td>V6 PREMIUM</td> <td>BLACK</td> <td class="textCenter">2</td> <td class="textCenter">6</td> <td>GAS</td> <td class="textCenter">A</td> <td class="textCenter">4X2</td> <td class="textCenter">A</td> <td>CD</td> <td class="textCenter">HT</td> <td class="textCenter">L</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">92,531</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">$2,700</td> </tr> <tr><!-- 323 --> <td class="textCenter">2011</td> <td>GMC</td> <td>ACADIA FWD</td> <td>SLE</td> <td>RED</td> <td class="textCenter">4</td> <td class="textCenter">6</td> <td>GAS</td> <td class="textCenter">A</td> <td class="textCenter"></td> <td class="textCenter">A</td> <td>CD</td> <td class="textCenter">HT</td> <td class="textCenter">C</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">79,199</td> <td class="textRight" nowrap="nowrap">$10,700</td> A picture of the table test data is attached here:

      Here is the _query function, and all other relevant code that I can share.
       
      Func _query($aSel, $aUrls) $oIE = _login() If $oIE = "Return" Then Return EndIf $j = 0 While $j < UBound($aSel) - 1 $i = 1 $aucID ;Unable To Share What This Is Other Than Var Name. _IENavigate($oIE, "Something" & $aucID[0] & "Something") _IELoadWait($oIE, 100, 2000) $oObj = _IETableGetCollection($oIE, 3) $cars = _IETableWriteToArray_ProgressBar($oObj, True, "Processing Requested Information!") ;<---- Modified Version See Post For It: https://www.autoitscript.com/forum/topic/195335-solved-how-to-add-a-progress-bar-to-_ietablewritetoarray/?tab=comments#comment-1400699 $carsYear = _filter($cars, 0, 0, GUICtrlRead($year)) $carsMake = _filter($carsYear, 0, 1, GUICtrlRead($make)) Global $carsModel = _filter($carsMake, 0, 2, GUICtrlRead($model)) $i = 0 $engine = GUICtrlRead($engine) If $engine <> "" Then While $i < StringLen($engine) $carsEngine = _filter($carsModel, 0, 6 + $i, StringLeft($engine, 1)) ;_ArrayDisplay($carsModel, "Cars Model Before Array Delete") $x = 1 While $x <= UBound($carsModel) _ArrayDelete($carsModel, $x) $x += 1 WEnd ;_ArrayDisplay($carsModel, "Cars Model After Array Delete") ;_ArrayConcatenate($carsModel, $carsEngine) ;_ArrayDisplay($carsModel, "Cars Model After Concatenate") $engine = StringTrimLeft($engine, 1) $i += 1 WEnd Else Dim $carsEngine[1][16] EndIf _ArrayConcatenate($carsEngine, $carsModel) _ArrayDisplay($carsEngine, "Cars Engine") Dim $carsDriveTrain[1][16] Dim $carsDriveTrain2[1][16] $driveTrainVal = GUICtrlRead($driveTrain) If $driveTrainVal = "4x4" Or $driveTrainVal = "awd" Then $carsDriveTrain = _filter($carsEngine, 0, 9, "4") $carsDriveTrain2 = _filter($carsEngine, 0, 9, "a") ;~ _ArrayDisplay($carsDriveTrain, "Drive Train Before") ;~ If @error Then ;~ MsgBox("", "", "Cars Drive Train Error: " & @error) ;~ EndIf ;~ _ArrayDisplay($carsDriveTrain2, "Drive Train2 Before") ;~ If @error Then ;~ MsgBox("", "", "Cars Drive Train 2 Error: " & @error) ;~ EndIf _ArrayConcatenate($carsDriveTrain, $carsDriveTrain2) _ArrayDisplay($carsDriveTrain, "Drive Train After Concat") ElseIf $driveTrainVal = "" Then _ArrayConcatenate($carsDriveTrain, $carsEngine) Else $carsDriveTrain = _filter($carsEngine, 0, 9, $driveTrain) EndIf Dim $carsOdom[1][16] $min = GUICtrlRead($odomMin) $max = GUICtrlRead($odomMax) For $i = 0 To UBound($carsDriveTrain) - 1 If $carsDriveTrain[$i][14] > $min And $carsDriveTrain[$i][14] < $max Then _ArrayAdd($carsOdom, $carsDriveTrain[$i]) MsgBox("", "", "ADDED!") EndIf Next _ArrayDisplay($carsOdom, "Cars Odom") $j += 1 WEnd _IEQuit($oIE) EndFunc ;==>_query Func _filter($tofilter, $xpos1, $ypos1, $str) ;~ If UBound($tofilter, 1) <= 1 Then ;~ $endx = 0 ;~ Else ;~ $endx = UBound($tofilter, 1) - 1 ;~ EndIf ;~ $cars = _ArrayFindAll($tofilter, $str, $tofilter[$xpos1][$ypos1], $tofilter[$endx][$ypos1], 0, 1, $ypos1, False) $cars = _ArrayFindAll($tofilter, $str, Default, Default, 0, 1, $ypos1) Dim $carsFiltered[1][16] = [["a", "b", "c", "d", "e", "f", "g", "h", "i", "j", "k", "l", "m", "n", "o", "p"]] ;_ArrayDisplay($carsFiltered) $i = 0 $uBound = UBound($cars) - 1 While $i < $uBound $filtered = _ArrayExtract($tofilter, $cars[$i], $cars[$i], 0, 15) ;_ArrayDisplay($filtered, "_filter Array of Filtered") _ArrayConcatenate($carsFiltered, $filtered) $i += 1 WEnd _ArrayDelete($carsFiltered, 0) Return $carsFiltered EndFunc ;==>_filter  
      If you know of a more efficient way of doing this please let me know would be more than happy to chew down my inefficiency while learning! (It's like my grandpa used to say, "The only criticism I can't use is that which is not given to me.")
       
      The Item an I am using to test the filter is:

       
    • rm4453
      By rm4453
      Hello,
       
      I am currently writing a program that parses a massive table from a website, and need a way to add a progress bar while parsing.
      I am currently using the function _IETableWriteToArray($oObj, True) to parse the array. I need the progress bar to update as the table is parsed, not just at the end of the parsing.
      Any help at all would be very much appreciated!
       
      *EDIT --> The array I am left with after parsing is $array[0-50000][16]
    • TrashBoat
      By TrashBoat
      So Im trying to make a simple 2d game and make some sort of collision detection so why not to make a 2 dimensional array but i have no clue how  to write it in multiple lines
      Global $map[5,5] = [0,0,0,0,0 _ [0,0,0,0,0 _ [0,0,0,0,0 _ [0,0,0,0,0 _ [0,0,0,0,0] something like this but it doesn't work
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