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hello,

im quite experienced with any programming language,

but how the h*ck can i return the last array index? :">

i've tried _arraymax,min,maxindex,minindex etc.

but didnt work out, it seems that my english skills are quite bad..

which command can do the trick?

thnx,

-me

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hello,

im quite experienced with any programming language,

but how the h*ck can i return the last array index? :">

i've tried _arraymax,min,maxindex,minindex etc.

but didnt work out, it seems that my english skills are quite bad..

which command can do the trick?

thnx,

-me

I don't understand what you want. Post your code and mark the area where we should help.


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In the help file u will find 'Ubound' which I guess is short for upper bound so you could just put array[ubound-1] (i think)

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well, i want the last index of an array,

like:

#Include <array.au3>
Dim $MyArray[5]
$MyArray[0] = 1
$MyArray[1] = 2
$MyArray[2] = 8
$MyArray[3] = "sadsad"
$MyArray[4] = "213"

_ArrayAdd($Myarray, "myvalue")

what is in this code the last index? (6, but i want a command that gives this answer)

- me

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well, i want the last index of an array,

what is in this code the last index? (6, but i want a command that gives this answer)

- me

see help file: ubound()


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In the help file u will find 'Ubound' which I guess is short for upper bound so you could just put array[ubound-1] (i think)

No :), i know what ubound is

it will return the number of DIMENSIONS and not INDEX

dimensions is:

$array[1][2][3][4]
;Ubound = 4

like that

so it doens't fix my prob.. :D

- me

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Nevermind, it was UBOund!!! :)

it says:

Dimension [optional] Which dimension of a multi-dimensioned array to report the size of. Default is 1, which is the first dimension. If this parameter is 0, the number of subscripts in the array is returned.

so, i need to do this

UBound($Myarray, 0)

thanks alot :D

- me

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