Is this better to check a variable before you assign it to a value that could be the same?
local $EmptyLog = false func WriteLog($text) _guictrledit_appendtext($log, ($EmptyLog ? @CRLF : $empty) & $text) If $EmptyLog Then $EmptyLog = False endfunc or does AutoIt behind the scenes already check this?
i guess overwriting memory with the same value over and over again is not good if you can prevent this with a check?
I see $hWnd used as a local variable in a lot of script examples. I know the 'h' is used for handles, but what is the 'Wnd' short for?
i have seen many pointing out issues related to this, i tried reading through them - still unable to solve mine.. i have a script which reads certain lines based on a search item, this is an iterative process - the ldflst_file gets updated for each iteration and the script finds the line number which has the search item. this works perfectly for few iterations, but stops in some cases abruptly with the error =
Subscript used on non-accessible variable $aRead^ ERROR I have verified that the search item is present in the file. what could be the reason for this code to stop in certain cases. thanks for help
my code below (partial).. full code is in attachment
global $ldflst_var1=" JOINT LOAD FORCE(X) FORCE(Y) FORCE(Z) MOMENT(X) MOMENT(Y) MOMENT(Z)"
for $i= 0 to $ldflst_totlines ; ldflst_totlines is total number of lines in the file 'ldflst_file'
if $aRead[$i]=$ldflst_var1 Then
Hello, i'm trying to rename a variable to another variable name (not the value attached to the variable). This would save me TONS of coding.
Here is an example:
Local $clear1="$SATJ" ;sets the $clear1 variable to become $SATJ
GUICtrlSetState($clear1 & "3", $GUI_UNCHECKED) ;i want this to come out to be $SATJ3, it should look something like - GUICtrlSetState($SATJ3, $GUI_UNCHECKED)
I've already tried
any help is greatly appreciated!!!
Howdy, this is my first post, massive fan of autoit.
I've searched and tried and I would just like people who are better at this than me to let me know if this is even a thing.
I'd like to perform just a variable. For example, it would be. *see inserted code*
So what i'm wanting is, create the constant $test, and that variable would be what is followed after the = . Then perform the _FileCreate. Then perform the variable. Logically or in my head rather.. That variable is declared and is equal to what it is set to above, therefore just placing the variable plainly in the script, it should be equal to what it was declared as. So what am I doing wrong, and or how can I have autoit just perform the variable.
#include <File.au3> Const $test = FileWriteLine(@DesktopDir & "\Log.txt", @CRLF ) _FileCreate(@DesktopDir & "\Log.txt") $test