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AutoIt Question.. Its lame..

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Tried to research it but no luck..

When I use a recursion and pass a variable over, Does the variable I pass over overwrite existing one?

Example

Func blah($blahBlah) // :lmao:

if $blahBlah=0 then

return 0

else

return $blahBlah+blah($blahBlah-1)

endfunc

So when Im in the xth loop, Is $blahBlah still the same memory location as $blahBlah when it was first called or is it its own variable as Java uses (Dont know c++ sorry just java). If its the same How would I solve this problem. I need to keep track of each variable and they need to be different. Thanks, Cloud

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

it is still the same memory location if you use By-Reference

Func blah(ByRef $blahBlah)

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Edited by Valuater

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Didn't work as I wanted. Thats not the program Im making but Thats where Its coming from. So how would I Make each variable point to a different location? Array with a counter in the loop?

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