itsnotluketime

storing 2 values

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I want $value to equal 50 and 100, so $value[0] will equal 50 and $value[1] will equal 100, I have a tonne of pairs of values so this would save me a lot of space, does anyone know how to do this? I know its possible because mousegetpos() stores 2 values.

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It's called an array, as stated in the help file for MouseGetPos. You can do it a number of ways; here is a simple snippet to get you started. I would suggest reading the help file and wiki on Arrays:

#include <Array.au3>

Local $myArray[2]
    $myArray[0] = 50
    $myArray[1] = 100

_ArrayDisplay($myArray)

 

 


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50 minutes ago, itsnotluketime said:

I have a tonne of pairs of values

so i suggest a 2D-Array is better.

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If the data is supposed to be persistent, then a database is one of the correct answers.


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