# MouseGetPos() Array Problem

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hey eveyone...

i have this statement

```If \$pos[0] = \$pos1[0] then
\$i = \$i
else
\$i = \$i + 1
EndIf```
it works's fine

but i want to get the Y coord value as well and when i try

```If \$Pos[0] = \$Pos1[0] & \$Pos[1] = \$Pos[1] then
\$i = \$i
else then
\$i= \$i + 1
endif```

the value u of \$i goes up constantly... i have a tool tip that shows me the value of \$i and it just goes up and up when i run the 2nd code.

wats wrong?

thx

Edited by burrup

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```If \$Pos[0] = \$Pos1[0] & \$Pos[1] = \$Pos[1] then
\$i = \$i
else then
\$i= \$i + 1
endif```

wats wrong?

thx

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& is used to concatenate 2 strings. replace it with AND :

If \$Pos[0] = \$Pos1[0] And \$Pos[1] = \$Pos[1] then

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& is used to concatenate 2 strings. replace it with AND :

If \$Pos[0] = \$Pos1[0] And \$Pos[1] = \$Pos[1] then

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

thx .. i always thought & and AND were the same... guess not lol

thx again

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If \$Pos[0]= \$Pos1[0] And \$Pos[1] = \$Pos[1] then

Aren't you setting \$pos[1] equal to itself? Shouldn't it be

If \$Pos[0] = \$Pos1[0] And \$Pos[1] = \$Pos1[1] then

Edited by Blue_Drache

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Aren't you setting \$pos[1] equal to itself?  Shouldn't it be

If \$Pos[0] = \$Pos1[0] And \$Pos[1] = \$Pos1[1] then

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

yeah sorry that was a typo lol .. should of been ur code =P

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