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Assign Dynamic Variables

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

I would like to be able to dynamically assign a variable name like so:

array1 = StringSplit("Var1 Value"," ")

So that "Var1" is a variable name that contains the data "Value". So that I can do the following:

If $var1 = "value" Then

blah

EndIf

Is this at all possible? I know I can do the below instead but it makes the code ugly IMO.

array1 = StringSplit("Var1 Value"," ")

If $array1[1] = "value" Then

blah

EndIf

Any suggestions?

Edited by icarrion

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

Yes. Use the function Assign(). I'm sure it is in the Beta helpfile but i don't know about the release version. Assign() in the helpfile can also link you to other functions that things like designating variables from strings.

Edit: Execute may also be a good function to look up.

Edited by Manadar

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

What about assign? (Damn, I'm too late :) )

Or you could put your code into an own function, so your script isn't bloated.

Edited by dabus

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Yes. Use the function Assign(). I'm sure it is in the Beta helpfile but i don't know about the release version. Assign() in the helpfile can also link you to other functions that things like designating variables from strings.

Edit: Execute may also be a good function to look up.

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Yes. Use the function Assign(). I'm sure it is in the Beta helpfile but i don't know about the release version. Assign() in the helpfile can also link you to other functions that things like designating variables from strings.

Edit: Execute may also be a good function to look up.

At this point and time pretty much everything that is in beta is in the latest release.


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