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Hi all

i need to create some picture (1000 plus) in GUI

i want to use variable like $n

do

$n=$n+1

Local $iPic & $n = GUICtrlCreatePic("", $x, $y, 50, 50)

until $n = 1000

but i receive this error

No variable given for "Dim", "Local", "Global", "Struct" or "Const" statement.

Please help me, thanks

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Use an array instead!

Global $aPic[1001], $x, $y

$aPic[0] = 1000

$n = 1
do

    $aPic[$n] = GUICtrlCreatePic("", $x, $y, 50, 50)
    $n = $n + 1

until $n = 1000

 


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