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Using Array For Collecting Data

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Copies then inserts clipboard into an array for certain amount of times, defined by the user. Then sends array data.

I'm unsure on how this should be done. Obviously $i counts up every time it loops, so I thought this was enough. As the array position is changing each time.

Please can someone give me a hand with this. I can see a lot of talk about using Enum and Eval for "variable within variable" but I don't really wish to do this. I want to learn how to put data into array positions like this.

$i = 1  

$tags = InputBox("Tags", "How many tags in the list?", "", "", _
    100, 100, 500 , 500)

While $i <= $tags
    Send("{CTRLDOWN}")
    Sleep(50)
    Send("c")
    Sleep(50)
    Send("{CTRLUP}")
    Sleep(50)
    $data[$i] = ClipGet()
    Sleep(50)
    Send("{DOWN}")
    $i = $i+1
WEnd

$i = 1

While $i <= $tags
    Send($data[$i])
    Sleep(50)
    Send("{DOWN}")
    $i = $i+1
WEnd

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Copies then inserts clipboard into an array for certain amount of times, defined by the user. Then sends array data.

I'm unsure on how this should be done. Obviously $i counts up every time it loops, so I thought this was enough. As the array position is changing each time.

Please can someone give me a hand with this. I can see a lot of talk about using Enum and Eval for "variable within variable" but I don't really wish to do this. I want to learn how to put data into array positions like this.

$i = 1  

$tags = InputBox("Tags", "How many tags in the list?", "", "", _
    100, 100, 500 , 500)

While $i <= $tags
    Send("{CTRLDOWN}")
    Sleep(50)
    Send("c")
    Sleep(50)
    Send("{CTRLUP}")
    Sleep(50)
    $data[$i] = ClipGet()
    Sleep(50)
    Send("{DOWN}")
    $i = $i+1
WEnd

$i = 1

While $i <= $tags
    Send($data[$i])
    Sleep(50)
    Send("{DOWN}")
    $i = $i+1
WEnd
Instead of Send($data[$i]) try

While $i <= $tags
    ClipPut($data[$i])
    Send("^v");paste
    Sleep(50)
    Send("{DOWN}")
    $i = $i+1
WEnd

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Instead of Send($data[$i]) try

While $i <= $tags
    ClipPut($data[$i])
    Send("^v");paste
    Sleep(50)
    Send("{DOWN}")
    $i = $i+1
WEnd
To be honest I think the problem is in the data collection rather than the send at the end.

I get...

Line 13

$data[$i] = ClipGet()
$data^ ERROR

Error: Expected a "=" operator in assignment statement

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Declaring the array size seemed to do the trick. Thanks for the reply though.

At the top of the script...

Dim $data[100]

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