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Afternoon!

I have a requirement to return both a string and an array from a function so as a result I put them both into an array and returned that.  I can access them in their entirety after returning them but then I can't seem to access the array elements after this.  Should I be able to or is there a prettier way?

#include <Array.au3>

;Memory info returned as a string and an array
$memoryInfo = _getMemoryInfo()
msgbox(0,"Memory Info",$memoryInfo[0])
_ArrayDisplay($memoryInfo[1],"Memory as an Array")

Local $newArray[7]
$memoryInfo[1] = $newArray

msgbox(0,"Test element",$newArray[0])
_ArrayDisplay($newArray)


Func _getMemoryInfo()
    Local $newArray[7]
    Local $array = MemGetStats()
    $newArray[0] = $array[0]                        ;% of memory in use
    $newArray[1] = Round($array[1]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total physical RAM
    $newArray[2] = Round($array[2]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Availaible physical RAM
    $newArray[3] = Round($array[3]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total pagefile
    $newArray[4] = Round($array[4]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Available pagefile
    $newArray[5] = Round($array[5]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total virtual
    $newArray[6] = Round($array[6]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Available virtual
    $memoryUsage = $newArray[1] - $newarray[2]
    $pagefileUsage = $newArray[3] - $newarray[4]

    ;Output/Return
    Local $returnArray[2]
    $returnArray[0] = "Memory: " & $memoryUsage & " GB/" & $newArray[1] & " GB " & @CRLF & "Pagefile: " & $pagefileUsage & " GB/" & $newArray[3] & " GB "
    $returnArray[1] = $newArray
    return $returnArray
EndFunc

A bit messy but hopefully it's understandable what I'm trying to achieve.

Thanks!

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SlackerAl

Perhaps I misunderstand your example, but after I added the line:

#include <Array.au3>

To the start of the script, it appeared to work OK for me. What was your error?

EDIT *** ah my mistake, I was exiting the script too soon! Apologies, I will look some more***

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2 minutes ago, SlackerAl said:

Perhaps I misunderstand your example, but after I added the line:

#include <Array.au3>

To the start of the script, it appeared to work OK for me. What was your error?

Apologies, I've edited the code now so it runs from copy paste.

No sorry - the issue I'm having is you'll notice the final message box/array display will show blank.  I'd like to be able to access the elements from the returned array, but as that has been returned within an array, is that even possible?

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#include <Array.au3>
;Memory info returned as a string and an array
$memoryInfo = _getMemoryInfo()
msgbox(0,"Memory Info",$memoryInfo[0])
_ArrayDisplay($memoryInfo[1],"Memory as an Array")

Local $newArray[7] = ["test1", "test2", "test3", "test4", "test5", "test6"]
$memoryInfo[1] = $newArray

msgbox(0,"Test element",$newArray[0])
_ArrayDisplay($newArray)


Func _getMemoryInfo()
    Local $newArray[7]
    Local $array = MemGetStats()
    $newArray[0] = $array[0]                        ;% of memory in use
    $newArray[1] = Round($array[1]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total physical RAM
    $newArray[2] = Round($array[2]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Availaible physical RAM
    $newArray[3] = Round($array[3]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total pagefile
    $newArray[4] = Round($array[4]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Available pagefile
    $newArray[5] = Round($array[5]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total virtual
    $newArray[6] = Round($array[6]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Available virtual
    $memoryUsage = $newArray[1] - $newarray[2]
    $pagefileUsage = $newArray[3] - $newarray[4]

    ;Output/Return
    Local $returnArray[2]
    $returnArray[0] = "Memory: " & $memoryUsage & " GB/" & $newArray[1] & " GB " & @CRLF & "Pagefile: " & $pagefileUsage & " GB/" & $newArray[3] & " GB "
    $returnArray[1] = $newArray
    return $returnArray
EndFunc

This appears to work... was missing a $ infront of newArray


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5 minutes ago, SlackerAl said:
#include <Array.au3>
;Memory info returned as a string and an array
$memoryInfo = _getMemoryInfo()
msgbox(0,"Memory Info",$memoryInfo[0])
_ArrayDisplay($memoryInfo[1],"Memory as an Array")

Local $newArray[7] = ["test1", "test2", "test3", "test4", "test5", "test6"]
$memoryInfo[1] = $newArray

msgbox(0,"Test element",$newArray[0])
_ArrayDisplay($newArray)


Func _getMemoryInfo()
    Local $newArray[7]
    Local $array = MemGetStats()
    $newArray[0] = $array[0]                        ;% of memory in use
    $newArray[1] = Round($array[1]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total physical RAM
    $newArray[2] = Round($array[2]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Availaible physical RAM
    $newArray[3] = Round($array[3]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total pagefile
    $newArray[4] = Round($array[4]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Available pagefile
    $newArray[5] = Round($array[5]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total virtual
    $newArray[6] = Round($array[6]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Available virtual
    $memoryUsage = $newArray[1] - $newarray[2]
    $pagefileUsage = $newArray[3] - $newarray[4]

    ;Output/Return
    Local $returnArray[2]
    $returnArray[0] = "Memory: " & $memoryUsage & " GB/" & $newArray[1] & " GB " & @CRLF & "Pagefile: " & $pagefileUsage & " GB/" & $newArray[3] & " GB "
    $returnArray[1] = $newArray
    return $returnArray
EndFunc

This appears to work... was missing a $ infront of newArray

Yea I've edited that in my original post thanks.  My issue is lines 8-12.  You'll notice they are blank.  I'm trying to access elements from an array that have been returned within an array.

eg. So by running _getMemoryInfo() function the return value is an array and im assigning it to $memoryInfo.  That means $memoryInfo is an array then with 2 elements [0] is a string [1] is an array.  So u can make [1] show in its entirety (using _ArrayDisplay), but how can you access the individual elements of the array now stored within $memoryInfo[1].

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Were you expecting your $newArray to pick up the data from the function? That won't happen as you have $newArray scoped as local within the function. Hence, I added some "test" values to $newArray when you define it as local within the main (although as far as I am aware variables defined in the main are always scoped as global unless specifically scoped as local within a function definition).


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I am very confused as to what you are expecting here:

Local $newArray[7]
$memoryInfo[1] = $newArray

msgbox(0,"Test element",$newArray[0])
_ArrayDisplay($newArray)

Why do you think this will display anything? You do not add anything to $newArray

Edit: Did you mean to type $newArray = $memoryInfo[1]?

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1 minute ago, SlackerAl said:

I am very confused as to what you are expecting here:

Local $newArray[7]
$memoryInfo[1] = $newArray

msgbox(0,"Test element",$newArray[0])
_ArrayDisplay($newArray)

Why do you think this will display anything? You do not add anything to $newArray

Sorry I'm probably bad at explaining - I was trying to use the array contained in element $memoryInfo[1] and assign it a new array so i could then access its individual elements.  But i was showing that this does not work using those lines - so is there another way it can be done?

 

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#include <Array.au3>

;Memory info returned as a string and an array
$memoryInfo = _getMemoryInfo()
msgbox(0,"Memory Info",$memoryInfo[0])
_ArrayDisplay($memoryInfo[1],"Memory as an Array")

Local $newArray[7]
$newArray = $memoryInfo[1]

msgbox(0,"Test element",$newArray[0])
_ArrayDisplay($newArray)


Func _getMemoryInfo()
    Local $newArray[7]
    Local $array = MemGetStats()
    $newArray[0] = $array[0]                        ;% of memory in use
    $newArray[1] = Round($array[1]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total physical RAM
    $newArray[2] = Round($array[2]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Availaible physical RAM
    $newArray[3] = Round($array[3]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total pagefile
    $newArray[4] = Round($array[4]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Available pagefile
    $newArray[5] = Round($array[5]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total virtual
    $newArray[6] = Round($array[6]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Available virtual
    $memoryUsage = $newArray[1] - $newarray[2]
    $pagefileUsage = $newArray[3] - $newarray[4]

    ;Output/Return
    Local $returnArray[2]
    $returnArray[0] = "Memory: " & $memoryUsage & " GB/" & $newArray[1] & " GB " & @CRLF & "Pagefile: " & $pagefileUsage & " GB/" & $newArray[3] & " GB "
    $returnArray[1] = $newArray
    return $returnArray
EndFunc

 

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4 minutes ago, SlackerAl said:
#include <Array.au3>

;Memory info returned as a string and an array
$memoryInfo = _getMemoryInfo()
msgbox(0,"Memory Info",$memoryInfo[0])
_ArrayDisplay($memoryInfo[1],"Memory as an Array")

Local $newArray[7]
$newArray = $memoryInfo[1]

msgbox(0,"Test element",$newArray[0])
_ArrayDisplay($newArray)


Func _getMemoryInfo()
    Local $newArray[7]
    Local $array = MemGetStats()
    $newArray[0] = $array[0]                        ;% of memory in use
    $newArray[1] = Round($array[1]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total physical RAM
    $newArray[2] = Round($array[2]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Availaible physical RAM
    $newArray[3] = Round($array[3]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total pagefile
    $newArray[4] = Round($array[4]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Available pagefile
    $newArray[5] = Round($array[5]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Total virtual
    $newArray[6] = Round($array[6]/1024 * 0.001,2)  ;Available virtual
    $memoryUsage = $newArray[1] - $newarray[2]
    $pagefileUsage = $newArray[3] - $newarray[4]

    ;Output/Return
    Local $returnArray[2]
    $returnArray[0] = "Memory: " & $memoryUsage & " GB/" & $newArray[1] & " GB " & @CRLF & "Pagefile: " & $pagefileUsage & " GB/" & $newArray[3] & " GB "
    $returnArray[1] = $newArray
    return $returnArray
EndFunc

 

HA!!! I'm so sorry I understand what you meant by your previous comment - I can't believe I managed to be that stupid - I'm going to take myself for a bit of fresh air now! Thank you!!! :)

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No worries, glad we got there in the end :-)

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Just now, SlackerAl said:

No worries, glad we got there in the end :-)

Ha thanks buddy - have an awesome afternoon!

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      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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