Zelna

Select..Case..For..Next..EndSelect, problem :/

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I guess I could say I'm new to autoit,

up till now I have fixed all my issues on my own, but for this one I'm out of options, would appretiate any help please.

It shows EndSelect is closing Func statement:

 

Func example()

    Select

        Case $g = 0

            For $h To 0 Step -1
                ;do stuff
            Next
            $g = $g + 1

        Case $g = 1

            For $h To 0 Step -1
                ;do stuff
            Next
            $g = $g + 1

        Case $g = 2

            For $h To 0 Step -1
                ;do stuff
            Next
            $g = $g + 1

        Case $g = 3

            For $h To 0 Step -1
                ;do stuff
            Next
            $g = 0

    EndSelect

EndFunc

 

Thank you in advance, and as I said any help would be very much appretiated, even a link to some explanation of this problem.

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Zelna,

Welcome to the AutoIt forums.

You need to add a start index to your For..To..Next statements:

; Now
For $h To 0 Step -1

; Required
For $h = Some_Value To 0 Step -1

M23

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but the $h value is supposed to change with some other function, if i set a value for it then the whole point of that for loop is useless,

thank you, I thought it was possible to leave it undefined, then I will look for other ways to make autoit do what i want, thank you again (:

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23 minutes ago, spudw2k said:

Then use another variable as the "counter" variable.
 

For $iCounter = $h To 0 Step -1

 

 

yup, already on it, that works, thanks

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Also, why use Select for this instance? It should be faster to use

Switch $g
    Case 0
    Case 1
    Case 2
    Case 3
EndSwitch

 

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