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jben

Hey...Can someone let me know how I can implement the array into the code below so I can call the function with different folder names...This works fine for 1 folder.

thanks

$F_Array = __FldrListToArray("C:\TEST\89765\", 0)
$F_Array1 = __FldrListToArray("C:\TEST\2345\", 0)
$F_Array = _loop($F_Array)


Func _loop( $F_Array)
    For $I = 1 To Ubound($F_Array) -1
    $targetDir = $F_Array[$I]
    MsgBox(0, "", $targetDir)
    $aZipList = _FileListToArray($targetDir,"*.zip",0)
    If IsArray($aZipList) Then FileMove($targetDir & $aZipList[1], $targetDir & "DATA_CHILD.zip")
    Next
Return $aZipList
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martin

Hey...Can someone let me know how I can implement the array into the code below so I can call the function with different folder names...This works fine for 1 folder.

thanks

$F_Array = __FldrListToArray("C:\TEST\89765\", 0)
$F_Array1 = __FldrListToArray("C:\TEST\2345\", 0)
$F_Array = _loop($F_Array)


Func _loop( $F_Array)
    For $I = 1 To Ubound($F_Array) -1
    $targetDir = $F_Array[$I]
    MsgBox(0, "", $targetDir)
    $aZipList = _FileListToArray($targetDir,"*.zip",0)
    If IsArray($aZipList) Then FileMove($targetDir & $aZipList[1], $targetDir & "DATA_CHILD.zip")
    Next
Return $aZipList
This is one way

Dim F_Folders[20],$F_Array[20]

$F_Folders[1] = "C:\TEST\89765\"
$F_Folders[2] = "C:\TEST\2345\"
$F_Folders[0] = 2

For $n = 1 to $F_Folders[0]
  $F_Array [$n] = _loop($F_Folders[$n])
next 


Func _loop( $F_list)
    Local $I, $target, $aZipList
    Local $Flist = __FldrListToArray($F_list,0)
    For $I = 1 To Ubound($Flist) -1
     $targetDir = $Flist[$I]
     MsgBox(0, "", $targetDir)
     $aZipList = _FileListToArray($targetDir,"*.zip",0)
     If IsArray($aZipList) Then FileMove($targetDir & $aZipList[1], $targetDir & "DATA_CHILD.zip")
    Next
Return $aZipList

I changed the local variable in _loop from the $F_Array to $F_list because I think it's better to have local variable names distinct from global names.


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