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FileGetTime with 2 Dimensional array?

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I want to fill a 2 dimensional array with the array get from FileGetTime(with Format=array)

i've declared a 2 dimensional array

Dim $JobTimeArray[4][6] ;FilegetTime gives a 6 element array

Do
If FileExists(@WindowsDir&"\Tasks\"& $JobName & $AS_array[$t] & ".job")=1 Then
 $JobTimeArray[$Nsch]=FileGetTime(@WindowsDir&"\Tasks\"& $JobName & $AS_array[$t] & ".job",0,0)
 $Nsch=$Nsch+1
EndIf 
$t=$t+1
Until $t=4

Compilation keeps giving:

Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded

Also tried to use _AddArray but this probably only works with 1-dimensional arrays.

What am i doing wrong?

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Your only trying to get 1 element of the array... [$Nsch][Where/what is this element?]


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I want to fill a 2 dimensional array with the array get from FileGetTime(with Format=array)

i've declared a 2 dimensional array

Dim $JobTimeArray[4][6] ;FilegetTime gives a 6 element array

Do
If FileExists(@WindowsDir&"\Tasks\"& $JobName & $AS_array[$t] & ".job")=1 Then
 $JobTimeArray[$Nsch]=FileGetTime(@WindowsDir&"\Tasks\"& $JobName & $AS_array[$t] & ".job",0,0)
 $Nsch=$Nsch+1
EndIf 
$t=$t+1
Until $t=4

Compilation keeps giving:

Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded

Also tried to use _AddArray but this probably only works with 1-dimensional arrays.

What am i doing wrong?

FileGetTime(), with your options, returns a 1D array, which you are trying to save to a 2D array:

$FileTimeArray=FileGetTime(@WindowsDir&"\Tasks\"& $JobName & $AS_array[$t] & ".job",0,0)
For $n = 0 To 5
     $JobTimeArray[$Nsch][$n] = $FileTimeArray[$n]
Next

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