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Let's say i do have a variable which on every execution will add +1 and send key by key the result.

Example (might be wrong or wright i am pretty much a begginer)

Func Test()
   Local $z= 1
   $z +1
  Send ($z)
   Endfunc

Can someone give me an example or tell me where i am doing wrong? I checked a lot of options online, none of them worked, and i am stuck for 4 hours with this. Much appreciated!

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Welkom @AutoFun,

As you can see in your script, you are resetting $z to 1 each time you call the func Test.
Post something runable so we understand what you are doing and what isn't working, so we can better assist.

Jos 

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Local $z= 1

While (1)
    Test ()
    Sleep(50)
WEnd

Func Test()
   $z += 1
   Send ($z)
EndFunc

Maybe somthing like that ?

 

As Jos said we cannot do more without more code from you.

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