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Is there a way to check how many keys there are in a specified section? For example, if i wanted to make a program that had to make a new key in a specified section, but then had to go back and read it.

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Is there a way to check how many keys there are in a specified section? For example, if i wanted to make a program that had to make a new key in a specified section, but then had to go back and read it.

Just IniReadSection the section you want to know about, which will return a 2-dimmensional array. The [0][0] position of that array returns the number of keys in that section.

EDIT: Fixed my post.

Edited by Simucal

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So what I have to do is make a loop that reads them until it gets an error?

On a related note, is there a way to make a key in an ini? or would i have to use filewrite?

Edited by imacrazyballoono

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Is there a way to check how many keys there are in a specified section? For example, if i wanted to make a program that had to make a new key in a specified section, but then had to go back and read it.

first one in the array returned by INIReadSection

$var = IniReadSection

Msgbox(0, "Number of Keys", "There are " & $var[0][0] & "keys in that section")

EDIT:

Wow, i got beat by people :D

Edited by Paulie

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So what I have to do is make a loop that reads them until it gets an error?

On a related note, is there a way to make a key in an ini? or would i have to use filewrite?

1. Look at what Simucal and I said. An array will be returned, of which element [0][0] contains the amount of keys in the specified section.

2. There is also a function IniWrite, look that one up as well, and post when you've read it but still don't understand :D


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