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GUICtrlSetOnEvent Function Parameter?

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ONeill

I am having my first Problem with Autoit. It is really a great language.

So what is my Problem?

I have a Script which calls Usernames from a Database and displays them with a Context Menu for each User.

So, if I know click a Button in someones Menu, the Function that is called has to know which Users Contextmenu it was.

I have put

Assign("context_joinaao"&$id,GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Join AAO",eval("context_gui"&$id)),2)
GUICtrlSetOnEvent(-1,"subfunction_joinaao")

So, to know which User it was I could simply join a Parameter after the Function. Like this

Assign("context_joinaao"&$id,GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Join AAO",eval("context_gui"&$id)),2)
GUICtrlSetOnEvent(-1,"subfunction_joinaao($id)")

But this of course wont work. Is there any other simple way beside creating 50 Functions for each User?

Edited by ONeill

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PsaltyDS

I am having my first Problem with Autoit. It is really a great language.

So what is my Problem?

I have a Script which calls Usernames from a Database and displays them with a Context Menu for each User.

So, if I know click a Button in someones Menu, the Function that is called has to know which Users Contextmenu it was.

I have put

Assign("context_joinaao"&$id,GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Join AAO",eval("context_gui"&$id)),2)
GUICtrlSetOnEvent(-1,"subfunction_joinaao")

So, to know which User it was I could simply join a Parameter after the Function. Like this

Assign("context_joinaao"&$id,GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Join AAO",eval("context_gui"&$id)),2)
GUICtrlSetOnEvent(-1,"subfunction_joinaao($id)")

But this of course wont work. Is there any other simple way beside creating 50 Functions for each User?

You should be working with arrays instead of trying to create unique variable names for every instance.

:)

Edit: And what martin said, too!

:(

Edited by PsaltyDS

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martin

I am having my first Problem with Autoit. It is really a great language.

So what is my Problem?

I have a Script which calls Usernames from a Database and displays them with a Context Menu for each User.

So, if I know click a Button in someones Menu, the Function that is called has to know which Users Contextmenu it was.

I have put

Assign("context_joinaao"&$id,GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Join AAO",eval("context_gui"&$id)),2)
GUICtrlSetOnEvent(-1,"subfunction_joinaao")

So, to know which User it was I could simply join a Parameter after the Function. Like this

Assign("context_joinaao"&$id,GUICtrlCreateMenuItem("Join AAO",eval("context_gui"&$id)),2)
GUICtrlSetOnEvent(-1,"subfunction_joinaao($id)")

But this of course wont work. Is there any other simple way beside creating 50 Functions for each User?

Apart from considering arrays, you can have all the menu items set to the same function; there is no need to have a different function for each menu item. Then in that common function you can decide what to do based on the control ID which called the function.

Within the called user function the control identifier can be retrieved with @GUI_CTRLID.

If needed the windows handle and the control handle can be retrieved with @GUI_WINHANDLE or @GUI_CTRLHANDLE.


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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