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ZeroLag

Are there array push/pop built in functions? I didn't find them anywhere.

Thanks,

Steve Arcand

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The Kandie Man

These are UDF functions that are included with Autoit:

_ArrayPush ( ByRef $avArray, $sValue [, $i_Direction = 0 ] )

_ArrayPop ( $avArray )

Edit:

Looked at _ArrayPush more closely and noticed that it doesn't function like Array Push in other languages. To add values to an array, which increase the array's size, use the _ArrayAdd() function.

- The Kandie Man ;-)

Edited by The Kandie Man

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LeCarre

Odd That _ArrayPop, _ArrayPush, & _ArrayAdd only support 1 Dimension, but _ArrayDelete supports Muliple Dimensions.

Guess I'll have to Manually Manage any MultiDimensions :graduated:

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Search the forum for 2D array functions. I'm sure you'll find what you need.


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BrewManNH

I have an Array UDF that handles 2D arrays for most of the normal Array UDF functions. It's a direct replacement for the standard Array.au3 file, the link is in my signature.

EDIT: Just noticed that LeCarre had revived a 4 year old thread after I had responded. :graduated:

Edited by BrewManNH

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