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need help with something simple

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

hate to ask but ive got some code im trying to get to work and cant seem to get a working counter of any sort

first i tried

Func winzadd()

Global $Winz[1]

Dim $oldwinz[1]

$Newwinz = ( $oldwinz[0] + 1 )

$Winz[0] = ( $oldwinz[0] + ($Newwinz - $oldwinz[0]) )

$oldwinz[0] = ( $Newwinz - 1 )

IF $Winz[0] = $Newwinz Then

$Winz[0] = $oldwinz[0]

Return $oldwinz

ElseIf $Winz[0] = $oldwinz[0] Then

$Winz[0] = $Newwinz

Return $Winz

Endif

Endfunc

Returns 0

also ive tried

While(1)

winzadd()

MsgBox(0, "test", $winz )

Wend

Func winzadd()

Global $Winz[1]

$Winz = _ArrayCreate("0")

;$Winz[0] = ( $Winz[0] + 1 )

IF $Winz[0] = $Winz[0] Then

$Winz = ( $Winz[0] + 1 )

Return $Winz

Endif

Endfunc

but its not counting up! help? please

Can anyone help me making a counter. usually simple code works but since im calling it in another func i have to get it to return it globally

heres wut i need it to do start with value 0 aftr first call to the func make it 1 then again after 2nd make it 2 etc

If at all posible id like to use a 1 spot array. to keep from haing to use a gui because its just a snippit of code ive packed into a 12kb bot ;/

i just wanted to make a counter for amount of wins to spam it out in my advertisements

up untill the 3.1.1 upgrade something like

If $x = $x Then

$x = ( $x + 1 )

would have worked because ive used such code before. but why wont it now?

Edited by lol98

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hi!

Maybe you can try to use a .INI files, in which you will write something like

[counter]

count=0

Then if the condition you expect arrive, you can say to your script to add +1 to the count...and make it appears as a msgbox... :P

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never used an ini before. hmm seems like a good idea but how am i going to get my app to write the proper value for it if

counttowritetofile = (count+1)

but +1 seems to be not working.

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

uhm you used arrays and global vars

counters are simple

$counter=0
while 1
    $counter += 1
    sleep(100)
    msgbox(64,"Counter",$counter)
wend

and then you say

If $x = $x Then

$x = ( $x + 1 )

really useless if statement

$x=$x is always true

so just $x = $x +1

or shorter $x += 1

(the += is from beta but I tested beta its more stable then 3.1.1.0)

and shin he just wants a counter only he made a really weird big way to try it

donot use global vars

func countmeup($inputvar)
    return $inputvar + 1
endfunc
Edited by MrSpacely

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well im kinda gonna be calling it from many parts of my script so yea i used global.

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well im kinda gonna be calling it from many parts of my script so yea i used global.

Global means outside of the function. (in autoit at least)

Always use the function return function is better and saver.

Explain what you actually need you used so much if statements wich didn't do anything.

it makes the code really big and its not needed here.

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#7 ·  Posted (edited)

well i wanted a function that would return a value

which should start @ 0

and be easy to call by lets say send($var)

in ANOTHER function. or two

i code autoit in weird ways if u seen my bot script ud be like omfg no way that crap works!!!1!1! lol

Edited by lol98

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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

You CANNOT print your array with the line

MsgBox(0, "test", $winz )

You would need something like:

Dim $output = ""
For $i = 0 to UBound($winz)-1
  $output = $output & $winz[$i]
Next
MsgBox(0,"test",$output)

edit: forgot code tags

Edited by CyberSlug

Use Mozilla | Take a look at My Disorganized AutoIt stuff | Very very old: AutoBuilder 11 Jan 2005 prototype I need to update my sig!

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Func winzadd()
    Global $Winz[1]
    Dim $oldwinz[1]
    $Newwinz = ( $oldwinz[0] + 1 )
    $Winz[0] = ( $oldwinz[0] + ($Newwinz - $oldwinz[0]) )
    $oldwinz[0] = ( $Newwinz - 1 )

    IF $Winz[0] = $Newwinz Then 
        $Winz[0] = $oldwinz[0]
        Return $oldwinz
    ElseIf $Winz[0] = $oldwinz[0] Then
        $Winz[0] = $Newwinz
        Return $Winz
    Endif
Endfunc

this code has no input variable I also donot understand the use of [0]

wich is a array

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#10 ·  Posted (edited)

well i wanted a function that would return a value

which should start @ 0

and be easy to call by lets say send($var)

in ANOTHER function. or two

i code autoit in weird ways if u seen my bot script ud be like omfg no way that crap works!!!1!1! lol

hmm

simply

$counter = 0
while 1 
    send(countmeup($counter))
    sleep(1000)
wend

Func countmeup(byref $inputvar)
    $inputvar = $inputvar + 1
    return $inputvar
endfunc

this code sends a numder counting up every second

the function countmeup uses the input parameter variable and adds up 1 number and also returns it

so $counter gets changed and you get a return value

this is done using the byref parameter

Any if statement you use wich is like $x = $x can be removed because the always is true

if 1 = 1 then msgbox(0,"","hmm 1 is 1 how weird")

would be same as

msgbox(0,"","hmm 1 is 1 how weird")

Edited by MrSpacely

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#11 ·  Posted (edited)

hmm ur code is weird it errors parsing your call with param. ahh i c need extra )

Edited by lol98

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hmm ur code is weird it errors parsing your call with param. ahh i c need extra )

Yes I see i forgot one bracket

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