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Are multiple values possible?

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Is it possible to use $Slot1 = "91919","Red.jpg" and be able to access only a certain value from it? If not.. Is there a command that acts like this? Just looking for a way to shorten my code up. be even more help full if i could do $Row1 = value1,value2,value3,...,value8

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Dim $array[2] = ["91919","Red.jpg"]

ConsoleWrite($array[0]) <--- "91919"

ConsoleWrite($array[1]) <--- "Red.jpg"

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Is it possible to use $Slot1 = "91919","Red.jpg" and be able to access only a certain value from it? If not.. Is there a command that acts like this? Just looking for a way to shorten my code up. be even more help full if i could do $Row1 = value1,value2,value3,...,value8

It's called an array. Each element stored in it has a number (index).

#include <array.au3> ; just for _ArrayDisplay()

Global $Row1 = StringSplit("value1,value2,value3", ",")
_ArrayDisplay($Row1, "Debug: $Row1")
MsgBox(64, "$Row1[2]", "$Row1[2] = " & $Row1[2])

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P.S. Confound those WeaponX bots, they're too fast!

Edited by PsaltyDS

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Dim $array[2] = ["91919","Red.jpg"]

ConsoleWrite($array[0]) <--- "91919"

ConsoleWrite($array[1]) <--- "Red.jpg"

Thanks, I'll try giving that a shot. my other thing I wanted to know about autoit, Can you ever put 2 things on 1 line? like an example with HTML:

<h1>Thing1</h1><h1>thing2</h1> HTML can be used on 1 solid line, but is that possible with autoit? Like what you showed me, array 0 and 1, can that be 1 line?

NVM!! I posted this when PsaltyDS didn't post yet!

Edited by KillaX

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Not sure what you mean:

Dim $array[2] = ["91919","Red.jpg"]

ConsoleWrite($array[0] & "," & $array[1]) <--- "91919","Red.jpg"

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Thanks, I'll try giving that a shot. my other thing I wanted to know about autoit, Can you ever put 2 things on 1 line? like an example with HTML:

<h1>Thing1</h1><h1>thing2</h1> HTML can be used on 1 solid line, but is that possible with autoit? Like what you showed me, array 0 and 1, can that be 1 line?

NVM!! I posted this when PsaltyDS didn't post yet!

If you mean can you put more than one statement on one line, like you can in C then no.

Eg in C, C++ you can say

Ab = 5; Ac = 6;

but in AutoIt you must write

$Ab = 5

$Ac = 6


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If you mean can you put more than one statement on one line, like you can in C then no.

Eg in C, C++ you can say

Ab = 5; Ac = 6;

but in AutoIt you must write

$Ab = 5

$Ac = 6

Can't you go $a = 1, $b = 2, $c = 3??

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Can't you go $a = 1, $b = 2, $c = 3??

Yes, but only for variable declaration following the keywords DIM, LOCAL, or GLOBAL.

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#9 ·  Posted (edited)

Yes, but only for variable declaration following the keywords DIM, LOCAL, or GLOBAL.

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..and Const, and Redim. Edited by martin

Serial port communications UDF Includes functions for binary transmission and reception.printing UDF Useful for graphs, forms, labels, reports etc.Add User Call Tips to SciTE for functions in UDFs not included with AutoIt and for your own scripts.Functions with parameters in OnEvent mode and for Hot Keys One function replaces GuiSetOnEvent, GuiCtrlSetOnEvent and HotKeySet.UDF IsConnected2 for notification of status of connected state of many urls or IPs, without slowing the script.

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