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Need some help understanding why the ConsoleWrite works inside 2nd For loop but not out side. Between Audit Wiki, Help file , Forum searching (lots of code reading), and YouTube ( shout out to TutsTeach), I have not been able to find the reason why. 

$sIniPath = "installLog.ini"

; - Get section name
 $iniSctionNames = IniReadSectionNames($sIniPath)


; - Get Keys and Vaules
For $a = 1 to UBound($iniSctionNames) - 1
    $keys = IniReadSection($sIniPath , $iniSctionNames[$a])
    For $b = 1 to UBound($keys) - 1
        $oldSysInfo = IniRead($sIniPath , $iniSctionNames[1], $keys[$b][0], "")
        $PntIPInfo = IniRead($sIniPath , $iniSctionNames[2], $keys[$b][0], "")
        $NewPCInfor = IniRead($sIniPath , $iniSctionNames[3], $keys[$b][0], "")

        ;ConsoleWrite($oldSysInfo & @LF)
    Next
;ConsoleWrite($oldSysInfo & @LF)
Next


ConsoleWrite($oldSysInfo)

My intention is to use the variables later for Listboxes. Any explanation, forum post links or whatever would help. Sorry also very very new to Autoit.

Also here's the ini file.

[OldSysInfo]
4=192.168.0.4|DESKTOP-RDIU2SN|R90M05Q8
5=192.168.0.5|SD0123456789101|R9WGP9P
6=192.168.0.6|SD0123456789102|R9WGP9PT
3=192.168.0.3|DESKTOP-3RS4LKL|R9WGP9P
23=192.168.0.23|SD0123456789102|MXL1234P5I

[PrinterIp]
50=192.168.0.50
48=192.168.0.48
47=192.168.0.47

[NewSysInfo]
newPC = SD0123456789adfs|192.168.0.185|2UA1234FTR

Thank you for your time.

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Make sure that $oldSysInfo isn't empty at that time:

ConsoleWrite(">" & $oldSysInfo & "<" & @CRLF)

 

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also, you are trying to read from a sectionName with keys that are not present in that sections, so you get empty values.
In the last read you make to set the $oldSysInfo variable, you are trying to find  the key 'newPC' within the [OldSysInfo] section, and since this key is not found there, you get an empty value. Try this snippet to "see" what happens

#include <array.au3>
$sIniPath = "installLog.ini"

; - Get section name
$iniSctionNames = IniReadSectionNames($sIniPath)
; _ArrayDisplay($iniSctionNames, "$iniSctionNames")

; - Get Keys and Vaules
For $a = 1 To UBound($iniSctionNames) - 1
    $keys = IniReadSection($sIniPath, $iniSctionNames[$a])
    ; _ArrayDisplay($keys, "$keys")
    For $b = 1 To UBound($keys) - 1
        $oldSysInfo = IniRead($sIniPath, $iniSctionNames[1], $keys[$b][0], "(?) key " & $keys[$b][0] & " not found in " & $iniSctionNames[1])
        $PntIPInfo = IniRead($sIniPath, $iniSctionNames[2], $keys[$b][0], "(?) key " & $keys[$b][0] & " not found in " & $iniSctionNames[2])
        $NewPCInfor = IniRead($sIniPath, $iniSctionNames[3], $keys[$b][0], "(?) key " & $keys[$b][0] & " not found in " & $iniSctionNames[3])

        ConsoleWrite("[" & $iniSctionNames[1] & '] ' & $keys[$b][0] & '=' & $oldSysInfo & @TAB & "[" & $iniSctionNames[2] & '] ' & $keys[$b][0] & '=' & $PntIPInfo & @TAB & "[" & $iniSctionNames[3] & '] ' & $keys[$b][0] & '=' & $NewPCInfor & @LF)
    Next
    ConsoleWrite("------------------------" & @CRLF & $oldSysInfo & @CRLF & "========================" & @CRLF) ; $oldSysInfo & @LF)
Next

ConsoleWrite("> " & $oldSysInfo & " <" & @CRLF & @CRLF)

 

Edited by Chimp

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Thank you Water and Chimp, the logic check helped. Realize now that what I wanted to do was this... 

Global $sIniPath = "installLog.ini"
;ConsoleWrite($sIniPath)

$iniSctionNames = IniReadSectionNames($sIniPath)
; _ArrayDisplay($iniSctionNames, "$iniSctionNames")
$keys1 = IniReadSection($sIniPath, $iniSctionNames[1])
$keys2 = IniReadSection($sIniPath, $iniSctionNames[2])
$keys3 = IniReadSection($sIniPath, $iniSctionNames[3])
;_ArrayDisplay($keys1, "$keys")
ConsoleWrite($keys1[1][1])

And Chimp thank you for code below..

;_ArrayDisplay($keys1, "$keys")

Just could not get my brain to understand what the Help file was talking about. Let alone make it do anything.

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Don't know if I can add to this topic or not. So if I'm wrong please advise proper etiquette.

Need to ask for some additional understanding. 

What have I gotten wrong with the below code? ArrayDisplays shows that $keys2 has data and ConsoleWrite write the correct text, but the ListView is blank. Still using the same Ini file posted at the top of the topic.

#include <GUIConstantsEx.au3>
#include <MsgBoxConstants.au3>
#include <GUIListView.au3>
#include <Array.au3>
#include <File.au3>


Global $sIniPath = "installLog.ini"
;ConsoleWrite($sIniPath)

$iniSctionNames = IniReadSectionNames($sIniPath)
 ;_ArrayDisplay($iniSctionNames, "$iniSctionNames")
 $keys2 = IniReadSection($sIniPath, $iniSctionNames[2])
_ArrayDisplay($keys2 , "$keys2")


; Create GUI
$hGUI = GUICreate("Test", 600, 500)

; Create ListView

$cLV = GUICtrlCreateListView("", 10, 10, 580, 300)

For $i = 1 To UBound($keys2) - 1
ConsoleWrite($keys2[$i][1] & @CRLF)

_GUICtrlListView_AddArray($cLV, $keys2[$i][0])
    
Next

GUISetState()

While 1
    Switch GUIGetMsg()
        Case $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE
            Exit
    EndSwitch

WEnd

And I did try it with GUICtrlListView_AddArray($cLV, $Keys2[$i][1]) with the same result.

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