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Problem With Variable In The For Expression

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hi,

For $i=1 to 18 Step +1

blabla()

next

that does work

but if i take variables, instead of numbers, it does not uses the for count, while compiling there is no error.

for example: that does not work

dim $test1, $test2

$test1=3

$test2=15

For $i= $test1 to $test2 Step +1

blabla()

next

does anyone know what is wrong?

or is it a bug?

thanks

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

First... You can get rid of the Step part of your for loop. The default is to step by positive 1.

Secondly, AutoIt allows variables to be created on the fly, so you dont need to Dim those variables unless you want to.

This works for me:

$Var1 = 10
$Var2 = 15

For $i = $Var1 to $Var2
    MsgBox(0,"For Test","Current $i value is: "&$i)
Next
Edited by Simucal

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Just to completely answer you question:

dim $test1, $test2
$test1=3
$test2=15

For $i= $test1 to $test2 Step +1
MsgBox(0,"For Test","Current $i value is: "&$i)
next

Works for me also. It looks like the problem might lie in the function you are calling with the For loop.


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lol,

it works.

thank u.

i changed nothing but made 2 variables global wich i read out from an .ini file.

:think:

autoit is pretty cool!

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