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Hi folks.

I have some trouble with writing Array to an Variable.

Here is the code:

#include <Array.au3>

; Create an 2D-Array
Local $TV_1[11][2] = [["TV1", 0], ["TV2", 1], ["TV3", 0], ["TV4", 1], ["TV5", 0], ["TV6", 1], ["TV7", 0], ["TV8", 1], ["TV9", 0], ["TV10", 1], ["TV11", 0]]
_ArrayDisplay($TV_1, "2D Array")

; Now search vor " 0 " in Sub-Index 1 of above 2D-Array. Columns only
Local $aiResult = _ArrayFindAll($TV_1, 0, Default, Default, Default, Default, 1, False)
_ArrayDisplay($aiResult, "Result")
; Ok. The "0" was found on positions: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10.
; So far so good

; Now i check the dimension of the array. It should be max. 6!
If Ubound($aiResult) = 6 Then

; And here i stuck. I want to "write" the found positions(0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10) position by position to an variable like $TV and transfer it to a function.
   For ???? To ????
      _Example($TV)
   Next
EndIf

Func _Example($TV)
   If $TV = 0 Then ConsoleWrite("TV1" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 1 Then ConsoleWrite("TV2" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 2 Then ConsoleWrite("TV3" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 3 Then ConsoleWrite("TV4" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 4 Then ConsoleWrite("TV5" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 5 Then ConsoleWrite("TV6" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 6 Then ConsoleWrite("TV7" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 7 Then ConsoleWrite("TV8" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 8 Then ConsoleWrite("TV9" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 9 Then ConsoleWrite("TV10" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 10 Then ConsoleWrite("TV11" & @CRLF)
EndFunc

Many thx in advance.

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Did you have a look at the help file to see how "For...In...Next" works?

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The example provided in the help file shows how to process an array.
So your script should look like:

For $iNumber In $aiResult
    _Example($iNumber)
Next

or

For $iNumber = 0 To UBound($aiResult) - 1
    _Example($iNumber)
Next

 

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NB: Shouldn't this line

; Now i check the dimension of the array. It should be max. 6!
If Ubound($aiResult) = 6 Then

be

; Now i check the dimension of the array. It should be max. 6!
If Ubound($aiResult) <= 6 Then

Because "max. 6" means 6 or lower to me ;)

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:)

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Good morning.

Is there a easy way to update all the values inside my 2-D Array. I mean only the values in index 1 ( all the zeros).

#include <Array.au3>

; Create an 2D-Array
Local $TV_Array[11][2] = [["TV1", 0], ["TV2", 0], ["TV3", 0], ["TV4", 0], ["TV5", 0], ["TV6", 0], ["TV7", 0], ["TV8", 0], ["TV9", 0], ["TV10", 0], ["TV11", 0]]
_ArrayDisplay($TV_Array, "2D Array")

; Now search vor " 0 " in Sub-Index 1 of above 2D-Array. Columns only
Local $aiResult = _ArrayFindAll($TV_Array, 0, Default, Default, Default, Default, 1, False)
_ArrayDisplay($aiResult, "Result")
; Ok. The "0" was found on positions: 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10.
; So far so good

; Now i check the dimension of the array. It should be exactly 6!
If Ubound($aiResult) = 6 Then

; Write the found positions(0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10) position by position to an variable $TV and transfer function _Example().
   For $TV in $aiResult
   _Example($TV)
   Next
EndIf

Func _Example($TV)
   If $TV = 0 Then ConsoleWrite("TV1" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 1 Then ConsoleWrite("TV2" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 2 Then ConsoleWrite("TV3" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 3 Then ConsoleWrite("TV4" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 4 Then ConsoleWrite("TV5" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 5 Then ConsoleWrite("TV6" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 6 Then ConsoleWrite("TV7" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 7 Then ConsoleWrite("TV8" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 8 Then ConsoleWrite("TV9" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 9 Then ConsoleWrite("TV10" & @CRLF)
   If $TV = 10 Then ConsoleWrite("TV11" & @CRLF)
EndFunc

I tried nested for/next loops like this, but this function updates both indexes.

#Include <Array.au3>

Local $a[2][2] = [[0,1],[10,20]]

For $i = 0 to UBound($a)-1
    For $j = 0 to UBound($a, 2)-1
        $a[$i][$j] += 5
    Next
Next
_ArrayDisplay($a)

thx in davance

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Ok. This work. But the problem is that all values in column one will be updated to a " 1 ".

In my case every index in column one should get an different value written by an another function

For $i = 0 To UBound($TV) - 1
    $TV[$i][1] = 1 ;or what else
Next

thx

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Then call the other function and assing the return value to your array.

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Hi. Here is my solution for the moment. What do you think?

Func _ReDimArray()
   Local $i = 0
   ReDim $TV_Array[$i + 11][2]
    $TV_Array[$i][1] = 11
    $i += 1
    $TV_Array[$i][1] = 12
    $i += 1
    $TV_Array[$i][1] = 13
    $i += 1
    $TV_Array[$i][1] = 14
    $i += 1
    $TV_Array[$i][1] = 15
    $i += 1
    $TV_Array[$i][1] = 16
    $i += 1
    $TV_Array[$i][1] = 17
    $i += 1
    $TV_Array[$i][1] = 18
    $i += 1
    $TV_Array[$i][1] = 19
    $i += 1
    $TV_Array[$i][1] = 20
    $i += 1
    $TV_Array[$i][1] = 21
    $i += 1
    _ArrayDisplay($TV_Array, "2D Array")
EndFunc

This way also work

For $i = 0 To UBound($TV_Array) - 1
   If $i = 0 Then
       $TV_Array[$i][1] = 4
   Elseif $i = 1 Then
       $TV_Array[$i][1] = 100
   EndIf
   ; and so on
Next
_ArrayDisplay($TV_Array, "2D Array")

I think the fist solution is ab bit shorter, withot If...ElseIf..Then

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What is your goal? Do you want to call the function to extend the array by 11 rows and initialize the second columns with $i + 11?
So after the first call the array would have 11 rows, after the second call 22 and so on.

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The Array should have always 11 rows. I just want to update every value row by row in column 1. Values(in my case strings) in column 0 are always the same

That's the starting Array

Global $TV_Array[11][2] = [["TV1", 0], ["TV2", 1], ["TV3", 1], ["TV4", 0], ["TV5", 0], ["TV6", 1], ["TV7", 0], ["TV8", 1], ["TV9", 0], ["TV10", 1], ["TV11", 0]]

 

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Something like this.

#include <Array.au3>

Global $aTV_Array[11][2] = [["TV1", 0], ["TV2", 0], ["TV3", 0], ["TV4", 0], ["TV5", 0], ["TV6", 0], ["TV7", 0], ["TV8", 0], ["TV9", 0], ["TV10", 0], ["TV11", 0]]
_ArrayDisplay($aTV_Array)
InitArray($aTV_Array)
_ArrayDisplay($aTV_Array)

Func InitArray(ByRef $aArray)
    Local $iOffset = 11
    For $i = 0 To UBound($aArray, 1) - 1
        $aArray[$i][1] = $i + $iOffset
    Next
EndFunc   ;==>InitArray

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