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BobEubanks

... This functionality is also stated in wiki under Loops, section "For Each"

In short, I cannot get this to work, with either the example listed in the wiki, or the one listed in the online help file. Listed below is the example from the help file:

;Using an Array
Dim $aArray[4]

$aArray[0]="a"
$aArray[1]=0
$aArray[2]=1.3434
$aArray[3]="test"

$string = ""
FOR $element IN $aArray
    $string = $string & $element & @CRLF
NEXT

Msgbox(0,"For..IN Arraytest","Result is: " & @CRLF & $string)

Each time you run the code in this example, the interpreter halts at:

FOR $element IN $aArray

FOR $element ^ ERROR

Is iterating over Objects and Arrays in this manner not or no longer supported?

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Kerros

That example worked just fine for me....running 3.2.12.1 under SciTE

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BobEubanks

Ahh.. thanks. It was the AutoIt ver I was running.. 3.1.1.0

It works now after upgrading to 3.2.12.1

Thanks!

That example worked just fine for me....running 3.2.12.1 under SciTE

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