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Help translate VB to autoit3

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I have a VB code that I want to translate into autoit3 to use in some Component but can't figura out how to thanslate it into Autoit3, can anybody help me on this and is it posible at all...

VB code:

Dim Animation As Variant
   
   For Each Animation In Agent.Characters("Agent").AnimationNames
      List1.AddItem Animation
   Next

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Where is the rest of code? and what are you trying to do? i have some funcs for Characters, but you must tell as what you want to do on AutoIt :whistle:.

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Yes, it is posisble.

However, in its current form it is essentially useless (seems to add all values in variabl "animations" to a Combo/List box to be selected)

all the needed functions are in the helpfile (search index for: Loops, GUI functions. and look at the contents for the UDFs that manage combo boxes)

its all in the help file, and none of it is any more complicated to understand what you have just listed (so if you understand the code you have already given.. understanding how to do it in auto IT will take a negligible amount of time)

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It is a Event for a component that holds all actions available to this particulare component...

VB code

Dim Animation As Variant
   
   For Each Animation In Agent.Characters("Agent").AnimationNames
      List1.AddItem Animation
   Next

Should be something like:

Func Event_Animations()
Dim Animation 
$a = 0
 For Each Animation In  $Agent.Characters("Agent").AnimationNames; '.AnimationNames' holds all animations available
        $a += 1
       Consolewrite(Animation[$a] & @CRLF)
 Next
Consolewrite(Animation[0] & @CRLF)

Endfunc

How do I translate the VB function "'For Each' Animation In" into AutoIt3 - any VB coders around?

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

I started writing a vb to au3 script a while ago, but lost interest in it, considering I don't know anything about vb :whistle: . Anyway, from what I had read up on it at the time, and the little bit I had scripted, this is the output it gave me for what you were asking for:

Func Event_Animations()
Dim $Animation
Local $a = 0
For $Animation In  $Agent.Characters("Agent").AnimationNames; 
        $a += 1
       Consolewrite($Animation[$a] & @CRLF)
Next
Consolewrite($Animation[0] & @CRLF)
EndfuncoÝ÷ ØGb´ Ý~º&¶»-¦-jëh×6Dim $Animation; As Variant
Dim $List1
For $Animation In $Agent.Characters("Agent").AnimationNames
      $List1.AddItem($Animation)
   Next
Edited by SmOke_N

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