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How Can I Use A Variable With Mousemove()

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Guest mcdunkey

i have

$A = ("100, 100, 0")

mousemove($A)

but its not working, what do i need to do to this

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CyberSlug

Mouse move takes three parameters, so you need to supply three variables.

$a = 100

$b = 100

$c = 0

MouseMove($a, $b, $c)

Otherwise, you need to create a user-defined function that parses the string "100, 100, 0")

$A = "100, 100, 0"
_myMouseMove($A)
Func _myMouseMove($arg)
   $tmp = StringSplit($arg, ",")
   If UBound($tmp) = 4 Then MouseMove($tmp[1], $tmp[2], $tmp[3])
EndFunc

I hope that makes sense.


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scriptkitty

$a is only one variable, even though it contains all the info you want. Extract it with a function if you like.

$A ="100, 100, 0"
mmove($A)


func mmove($a)
$array=Stringsplit($a,",")
if Ubound($array)=4 then mousemove($array[1],$array[2],$array[3])
if Ubound($array)=3 then mousemove($array[1],$array[2])
endfunc

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scriptkitty

Dang Cyber beat me to it, Scarry how alike we think at times.


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