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Create custom variable from 2 variables.

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Bindlex

Hello,

I try to figure from several days how to solve the following problem.

Let's say you created $variable_1 , $variable_2 , $variable_3

Now, $set = <any number from 1 to 3>

 

After I have, GuiCtrlSetState($variable_1, $GUI_SHOW)

What I want is if $set got value 2 It show me $variable_2.

 

*It could be possible with verify every value it has and what to do if the value it's like that but I want somehow to make a variable from 2 variables < $variable_ & $set>

 

Sorry for my bad english, and if you don't understand anything let me know.

Thank you!

 

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mikell

Another way : use an array

$variable_1=4
$variable_2=5
$variable_3=6
Local $array = [3, $variable_1, $variable_2, $variable_3]
$set=2
msgbox(0, $set, $array[$set])

 

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Bindlex
2 hours ago, RTFC said:

Like this?

$variable_1=4
$variable_2=5
$variable_3=6
$set=2
msgbox(0,$set,eval("variable_" & $set))

 

Thank you very much!

Eval is the command I searched for.

I tought it would be more complicated to do that.

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jchd

Relying on Eval() denotes bad design, most of the time.

 

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