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Ok, This might not make any sence, but I need to sort a 2D array, The first dimension will be sorted like normal and the second dimension will mirror how the first dimension was sorted e.g. the index number changes, but the second dimension cannot be sorted by contents, I need them to be in sync with eachother. thanks

heres basically what i was trying to do, i dont want it to sort the second one because it screws up everything because of the blank lines it doesn't have to be 2D, i'd be happy if was 1D. too

#include <array.au3>

Dim $arTest[10][2]

$arTest[0][0] = 'Hi'
$arTest[1][0] = 'Hello'
$arTest[2][0] = 'Howdy'
$arTest[3][0] = 'How''s it going?'
$arTest[4][0] = 'How''s the weather?'
$arTest[5][0] = 'What''s up'
$arTest[6][0] = 'How are you'
$arTest[7][0] = 'Hi there'
$arTest[8][0] = 'Yo'
$arTest[9][0] = 'Top-o the mornin''n to you'

$arTest[0][1] = 'Goodbye'
$arTest[1][1] = 'Later'
$arTest[2][1] = ''
$arTest[3][1] = 'Good riddence'
$arTest[4][1] = ''
$arTest[5][1] = 'See ya'
$arTest[6][1] = 'Bye Bye
$arTest[7][1] = ''
$arTest[8][1] = ''
$arTest[9][1] = ''

_ArrayDisplay2D($arTest, "unsorted")

_ArraySort_2ary($arTest)

_ArrayDisplay2D($arTest, "sorted - both dimensions")
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Ok, This might not make any sence, but I need to sort a 2D array, The first dimension will be sorted like normal and the second dimension will mirror how the first dimension was sorted e.g. the index number changes, but the second dimension cannot be sorted by contents, I need them to be in sync with eachother. thanks

heres basically what i was trying to do, i dont want it to sort the second one because it screws up everything because of the blank lines it doesn't have to be 2D, i'd be happy if was 1D. too

Maybe I am not understanding it but what is wrong with the 2 separate Arrays ?

Or do you want :

_ArrayDisplay($arTest, "unsorted")

_ArraySort($arTest,0,0,0,2)

_ArrayDisplay($arTest, "unsorted")

Edited by JdeB

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Okay, my english is not the best...

maybe this may help you help me a little bit more :)

I need them to be sorted but also in sync with eachother..

#include <array.au3>
Dim $str
Dim $arTest1[10] = ['1+1','5+10','blank','Whats the color of the sky','blank','5+5','0', _
                'blank is','blank','ABCD?']
Dim $arTest2[10] = ['2','15','','Blue','','10','0','','','EFGH..']

;notice how they are in sync with eachother, but out of alphabetical order
for $x = 0 To 9
    $str &= $arTest1[$x] &' = '& $arTest2[$x] & @CRLF
Next
MsgBox(0,'Unsorted',$str)

_ArraySort($arTest1)
_ArraySort($arTest2)

$str = ''
;Now they are sorted but out of sync with eachother.
for $x = 0 To 9
    $str &= $arTest1[$x] &' = '& $arTest2[$x] & @CRLF
Next
MsgBox(0,'Sorted',$str)
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Okay, my english is not the best...

maybe this may help you help me a little bit more :D

I need them to be sorted but also in sync with eachother..

Did you see my EDIT on the previous post ?

:)


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What the heck is up with _ArraySort() from array.au3?

I thought a 2D array made more sense for this topic, so I coded it as a demo:

#include <array.au3>

Dim $avTest1[5] = ['1+1', '5+10', 'blank', 'Whats the color of the sky', 'blank']
Dim $avTest2[5] = ['2', '15', '', 'Blue', '']

Dim $avTest[UBound($avTest1)][2]
For $a = 0 To UBound($avTest) - 1
    $avTest[$a][0] = $avTest1[$a]
    $avTest[$a][1] = $avTest2[$a]
Next

_ArrayDisplay2D($avTest, "Before")
_ArraySort($avTest, 0, 0, 0, 2) ; <--- tweaked per JdeB
_ArrayDisplay2D($avTest, "After")


Func _ArrayDisplay2D($avInput, $sTitle = "")
    Local $x, $y, $sResult = ""
    For $x = 0 To UBound($avInput, 1) - 1
        For $y = 0 To UBound($avInput, 2) - 1
            $sResult &= "[" & $x & "][" & $y & "] = " & $avInput[$x][$y] & @CRLF
        Next
        $sResult &= @CRLF
    Next
    MsgBox(0, $sTitle, $sResult)
EndFunc   ;==>_ArrayDisplay2D

But it gets an error and fails on the _ArraySort():

C:\PROGRA~1\AutoIt3\Include\array.au3 (664) : ==> Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded.: 
$t = $array[$i] 
$t = ^ ERROR
->15:55:48 AutoIT3.exe ended.rc:1

The help files for the 3.2.3 series of betas and the various 3.2.4 prods recently (last try was with 3.2.4.4) ALL say:

Remarks

This sort functions can handle 1 or 2 dimension arrays.

Waah! Whine, moan, groan, whimper, complain, etc... :D

Edit: OK, JdeB's tweak to the _ArraySort() parameters fixed it. But the whining remains, because that is a completely unnecessary parameter. The function should be able to figure that out with Ubound($avInput, 0) and then Ubound($avInput, 2).

Phhhhbbbbbsst! :)

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Did you see my EDIT on the previous post ?

:)

thanks.. but the example in the second post should better reflect what I was needing.. I hope. :S


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What the heck is up with _ArraySort() from array.au3?

I thought a 2D array made more sense for this topic, so I coded it as a demo:

...

The help files for the 3.2.3 series of betas and the various 3.2.4 prods recently (last try was with 3.2.4.4) ALL say:

Waah! Whine, moan, groan, whimper, complain, etc... :)

hmm.. thats no fun. Edited by mrRevoked

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Edit: OK, JdeB's tweak to the _ArraySort() parameters fixed it. But the whining remains, because that is a completely unnecessary parameter. The function should be able to figure that out with Ubound($avInput, 0) and then Ubound($avInput, 2).

Phhhhbbbbbsst! :D

True, BUT:

As always there is a history for this...

once upon a time , a long time ago, the Ubound() command wasn't capable of determining the number of dimension, thus it had to be specified.

Now how to change trhis without breaking many scripts?

:)


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So umm.... to clarify... what you want to do is sort the first array, moving the second array's parts around exactly the same, right?

So if the indexes of the first array 1,2,3,4,5 end up as 1,4,2,3,5 after, you want the second array's indexes 1,2,3,4,5 to be reordered to 1,4,2,3,5 to match the first array.


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So umm.... to clarify... what you want to do is sort the first array, moving the second array's parts around exactly the same, right?

So if the indexes of the first array 1,2,3,4,5 end up as 1,4,2,3,5 after, you want the second array's indexes 1,2,3,4,5 to be reordered to 1,4,2,3,5 to match the first array.

...which is done automatically if you just assemble them into a 2D array first. That's what lead me to the demo script in post #5.

:)


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True, BUT:

As always there is a history for this...

once upon a time , a long time ago, the Ubound() command wasn't capable of determining the number of dimension, thus it had to be specified.

Now how to change trhis without breaking many scripts?

:)

I see what you mean. But if the updated _ArraySort() UDF just ignores that parameter, and uses Ubound() internally instead, that wouldn't break anything in legacy scripts would it? An then that sort of a 2D array would have worked as just:

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Edit: Tweaked demo to show suppression of dialog box (string only).

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I see what you mean. But if the updated _ArraySort() UDF just ignores that parameter, and uses Ubound() internally instead, that wouldn't break anything in legacy scripts would it? An then that sort of a 2D array would have worked as just:

_ArraySort($arTest)
I know and been planning to do so ... its just something i need to get done...

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