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i've got a problem :)

i'd like to use execute or similar comment with one variable



Local $a = 0
;command;("$a = 4")

output = 4 not 0


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Welcome to the AutoIt forums.

This will work:

Local $a = 0

$a = Execute("$a + 4")

ConsoleWrite($a & @CRLF)

Good enough?


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my problem is that the variable is inside another variable



Global $a = ""
$var = "$a"
$var1 = "3"
;assign set $var = 3 not $a


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11 minutes ago, jguinch said:
Assing(StringReplace($var, "$", ""), $var1)

What is the goal ? Can you explain us what you're trying to accomplish ?


ye is the goal

thank at all

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