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Javascript array to autoit array

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mary

Hi!

Trying to convert a javascript array to an autoit array, I found that javascript and autoit use the same syntaxe to get elements. here an exemple

------javascript_file.JS---------------------------------

Function Js_Func(arg1, arg2, arg3) {

{

return Js_Func.arguments; // this return all arguments in an array

}

Js_Func(15, "text with coma , be carfull!" , null) ;

------javascript_file.JS---------------------------------

Now if you try to execute this js code with com ( obj "ScriptControl"), like this

$jsfile="javascript_file.JS"

$code = fileread($jsfile, filegetsize($jsfile))

$js = ObjCreate("ScriptControl")

$js.language = "Jscript"

$javascript_array = $js.Eval($code)

$js = ""

consoleWrite($javascript_array[1]) ; ===> here i get error

consoleWrite($javascript_array.item(1) ); === here i get error some thing like "...the request property is failed..."

please help

thinks a lot

Edited by mary

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Richard Robertson

I haven't got a clue what you were trying to do with that code.

If you Eval something, it reads the string and finds the variable that is named in the string. I don't know anything about the ScriptControl object, but I can see you are using Eval wrong.

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mary

$Js.Eval($code) ? here a call a javascript Eval function and not autoit eval !

anyway, there is a lot confusing when you use an other language witch is similar syntaxe with autoit.

For exemple:

With autoit . MyArray[1] ;===> return the first item of MyArray = It is the same with javascript !!! so when you get an array object from autoit you may have error when you call Myarray[1]

excuse my poor english

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DaleHohm

Not sure how to pass an array as a construct back to AutoIt, so you can certainly do something like this:

$js = ObjCreate("ScriptControl")
$js.language = "Jscript"
$js.Eval("var myArray = new Array(1, 2, 3);")
Local $myArray[3]
$myArray[0] = $js.Eval("myArray[0];")
$myArray[1] = $js.Eval("myArray[1];")
$myArray[2] = $js.Eval("myArray[2];")

Dale


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DaleHohm

A Javascript Array is actually an object and

$x = $js.Eval("myArray;")

Dale


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SciTe Debug mode - it's magic: #AutoIt3Wrapper_run_debug_mode=Y Doesn't work needs to be ripped out of the troubleshooting lexicon. It means that what you tried did not produce the results you expected. It begs the questions 1) what did you try?, 2) what did you expect? and 3) what happened instead?

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ozmike

Hi

A more OO alternative to 

Full javascript arrays in auto it

see this post
 
 

 

$myArray[0] = $js.Eval("myArray[0];")

 add a item(n) method to the js array object

Add this to your web page

Array.prototype.item =function( i ) { return this }  ;

 

ConsoleWrite("$myArray[0] = " & $myArray.item(0) & @CR) ; a way to access the array YES!
 
 
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