# Array problem (newbie)

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Hi All,

I have been playing with AutoIt for a bit and now I am a bit stuck. For most of you this will be very simple ;-)

I want to create a customer directory and in that directory read subdirs from a ini file. I have the following code.

D:\"Customer"\"create subdirs" (subdir 1-9)

I have the ini in a array but I cant seem to get them to dircreate from a array.

CODE
Func AanmakenSubDir() ;-- Aanmaken subdirectories die gebruikt worden tijdens de conversie

Local $AvArray[199]$AvArray[0] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","01","999")

$AvArray[1] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","02","999") ;-- must be a smarter way????$AvArray[2] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","03","999")

$AvArray[3] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","04","999")$AvArray[4] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","05","999")

$AvArray[5] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","06","999")$AvArray[6] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","07","999")

$AvArray[7] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","08","999")$AvArray[8] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","09","999")

$DirLocatie = IniRead("Settings.ini","DirLocatie","PathLocatie","")$SubDirArray = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","01-99","999")

;~ $Subdirlocatie =$dirlocatie&Guictrlread($input1)& "\" &$AvArray

While 3

;~ dircreate($subdirlocatie) msgbox(0,"test",$SubDirArray)

ExitLoop

WEnd

If any of you can help me with this problem I would appriciate it!

Cheers.

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Hi All,

I have been playing with AutoIt for a bit and now I am a bit stuck. For most of you this will be very simple ;-)

I want to create a customer directory and in that directory read subdirs from a ini file. I have the following code.

D:\"Customer"\"create subdirs" (subdir 1-9)

I have the ini in a array but I cant seem to get them to dircreate from a array.

CODE
Func AanmakenSubDir() ;-- Aanmaken subdirectories die gebruikt worden tijdens de conversie

Local $AvArray[199]$AvArray[0] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","01","999")

$AvArray[1] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","02","999") ;-- must be a smarter way????$AvArray[2] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","03","999")

$AvArray[3] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","04","999")$AvArray[4] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","05","999")

$AvArray[5] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","06","999")$AvArray[6] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","07","999")

$AvArray[7] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","08","999")$AvArray[8] = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","09","999")

$DirLocatie = IniRead("Settings.ini","DirLocatie","PathLocatie","")$SubDirArray = iniread("Settings.ini","MapStructuur","01-99","999")

;~ $Subdirlocatie =$dirlocatie&Guictrlread($input1)& "\" &$AvArray

While 3

;~ dircreate($subdirlocatie) msgbox(0,"test",$SubDirArray)

ExitLoop

WEnd

If any of you can help me with this problem I would appriciate it!

Cheers.

Certainly there are better methods (see IniReadSection() for creating the array) but you really are not giving us enough info to determine what the actual problem is.

I don't see where you have a path to the new folders defined. Is that already in your ini file? Better if you post a typical line from the ini file.

George

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Certainly there are better methods (see IniReadSection() for creating the array) but you really are not giving us enough info to determine what the actual problem is.

I don't see where you have a path to the new folders defined. Is that already in your ini file? Better if you post a typical line from the ini file.

Sorry I understand here is my ini file:

== Function: Create directories for new customers

[DirLocatie]

PathLocatie=D:\Conversie\

[MapStructuur]

01=01 Aanlevering

02=02 Controleren aangeleverde bestanden

etc.

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Hi.

This might give you a start:

#include <array.au3> ; just for _arraydisplay()

$ini="C:\path\to\your\inifile.ini"$section="MapStructuur"

IniReadSection($ini,$section)

_ArrayDisplay($section) Regards, Rudi. Earth is flat, pigs can fly, and Nuclear Power is SAFE! #### Share this post ##### Link to post ##### Share on other sites $ini="C:\path\to\your\inifile.ini";; This could use a macro like $ini = @ScriptDir & "\inifile.ini"$section="MapStructuur"

$array = IniReadSection($ini,$section) If NOT @Error Then For$i = 1 To Ubound($array) -1 If NOT FileExists($array[$i][1]) Then DirCreate($array[\$i][1])
Next
EndIf

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George

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Thanks allot I will go and try to figer it all out!

thanks.

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Cool have it working thanks all!

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