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Creates an array and assigns values to the array

Example:

Dim $Array[3]
Global $array[2] = [1, 2]
for $x=0 To UBound($array) -1
    MsgBox(0,$x,$array[$x])
Next

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ty for the reply , also why do i get an error?

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Are you using the latest beta? It was only introduced a few beta versions ago.


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Are you using the latest beta?  It was only introduced a few beta versions ago.

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No. I was using .54. Will update to .55 and see if that helps.

ty for the reply.

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just tried this and it works.

Dim $Array[3]
Global $array[2] = [1, 2]
for $x=0 To UBound($array) -1
    MsgBox(0,$x,$array[$x])
Next

I am still not exactly clear on what it does though. It is supposed to be like _ArrayCreate (). Right?. If so then why does this array not display?

#include <Array.au3>
Global $Array = [1, 2]
_ArrayDisplay($Array, "")
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just tried this and it works.

Dim $Array[3]
Global $array[2] = [1, 2]
for $x=0 To UBound($array) -1
    MsgBox(0,$x,$array[$x])
Next

I am still not exactly clear on what it does though. It is supposed to be like _ArrayCreate (). Right?. If so then why does this array not display?

#include <Array.au3>
Global $Array = [1, 2]
_ArrayDisplay($Array, "")

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Does that even run?

Should give syntax error because it isn't an array that your trying to assign values to.

Lets see if this example makes it any clearer for you.

#include <Array.au3>
Global $Array[2] = ["Joe", "Bob"]
_ArrayDisplay($Array, "")
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Does that even run?

Should give syntax error because it isn't an array that your trying to assign values to.

Lets see if this example makes it any clearer for you.

#include <Array.au3>
Global $Array[2] = ["Joe", "Bob"]
_ArrayDisplay($Array, "")

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So that would make $Array[0]="Joe" and $Array[1]="Bob".

Ty. I think i get it now. :)


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Here's the last version generated from the 3.1.1.55 beta docs: http://www.autoitscript.com/fileman/users/jdeb/beta/au3check.dat

-or-

Download the latest SciTe4Au3Upd.exe which contains  definition files for all included tools.

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where are the definitions for PSPad?

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where are the definitions for PSPad?

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Is provided/updated with each AutoIt (Beta) installer and stored in:

..\AutoIt3\Extras\Editors\PSPad


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Found you another bug tylo.

Global Const $var = "value"
Test1($var)

Func Test1(Const ByRef $_var)
    Test2($_var)
EndFunc

Func Test2(Const ByRef $__var)
    ConsoleWrite($__var & @CR)
EndFunc

AutoIt3 Syntax Checker v1.43  Copyright © Tylo 2005

New AutoIt v3 Script.au3(4,30) : ERROR: Test1() previously called with Const/expression on ByRef param(s).

Func Test1(Const ByRef $_var)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^

New AutoIt v3 Script.au3(2,11) : REF: first call to Test1().

Test1($var)

~~~~~~~~~~^

New AutoIt v3 Script.au3(8,31) : ERROR: Test2() previously called with Const/expression on ByRef param(s).

Func Test2(Const ByRef $__var)

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~^

New AutoIt v3 Script.au3(5,13) : REF: first call to Test2().

Test2($_var)

~~~~~~~~~~~^

New AutoIt v3 Script.au3 - 2 error(s), 0 warning(s)

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Tylo,

Regarding, Au3Check.dat.

When you get a chance,

TCPStartup

TCPShutdown

UDPStartup

UDPShutdown

Currently all have Zero parameters

Thanks!

Bill

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v1.45. Added 'Default' keyword support, and updated .dat file.

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Attached an updated version of the DAT file with the following updates:

Added: !Execute 1 1

Updated: !UDPSend 4 4 to !UDPSend 2 2

:)


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Tylo,

Au3Check is great!

Is it possible for you to add an option/switch that would change the output format from (line number,Char) to just (Line number)?

For example:

New AutoIt v3 Script.au3(4,30) : ERROR: Te

would become

New AutoIt v3 Script.au3(4) : ERROR: Te

Thanks


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Tylo,

Au3Check is great!

Is it possible for you to add an option/switch that would change the output format from (line number,Char) to just (Line number)?

For example:

New AutoIt v3 Script.au3(4,30) : ERROR: Te

would become

New AutoIt v3 Script.au3(4) : ERROR: Te

Thanks

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Why would we want that? It tells you where to look for the error in the line! This seems like a step backwards to me.

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Why would we want that?  It tells you where to look for the error in the line!  This seems like a step backwards to me.

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That's why I asked for it to an option :)

I use Ultraedit to run the syntax check and it will parses the au3check file's outputs and can take you directly to the line with the error. However it does not work because of the char location in the brackets.


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