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How to have a IconDll, and it's number in a variable (string)

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How would you do this? I have a dll, and using a for/next loop, and I need to use the default icon string to the .dll?

Sample Code:

Switch $ext
        Case ".exe", ".scr"
            If Not FileHasIcons($file) Then
                $iconFile = $IconDll & 020;this is where I need to define the $IconDll and it's icon, 020.
                $iconIndexId = 0;
                Return;
            EndIf
            
            $iconFile = $file;
            $iconIndexId = 0;
            Return;
        Case ".ico"
            $iconFile = $file;
            $iconIndexId = 0;
            Return;
        Case ".lnk"
            Local $shortcutInfo = FileGetShortcut($file);
            
            Local $iconFileName = $shortcutInfo[4];
            Local $iconIndex = $shortcutInfo[5];
            
            $iconFile = $iconFileName;
            $iconIndexId = $iconIndex;
            Return;
        
    EndSwitch

Thanks everyone and the AutoIt team, for helping me solve these simple problems!

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Is this question so hard, or is it just that everyone is ignoring me?

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

It's probably that people don't understand what you're asking.

Are you asking how to store the dll path and the icon index in a single string? If so, all you need to do is concatenate the two values, preferably with a value that can later be used as a delimiter.

$sDllPath = "H:\Windows\user32.dll"
$iIconIndex = 20
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Edited by cppman

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