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IKilledBambi

I've been searching the text file and racking my brain for about 2 hours now, I couldn't find a command for this anywhere. Here is an example of what I am trying to do.

$NameArray[15]
$Valik = "Hello World"
_ArrayAdd($NameArray, $valik)

But I wan't $valik to be added to the array like this.

$NameArray[1] H
$NameArray[2] e
$NameArray[3] l
$NameArray[4] l
$NameArray[5] o
$NameArray[6] 
$NameArray[7] W
$NameArray[8] o
$NameArray[9] r
$NameArray[10] l
$NameArray[11] d

Its also using this which makes things difficult.

If Not IsDeclared("sInputBoxAnswer") Then Local $sInputBoxAnswer
$sInputBoxAnswer = InputBox("HelloStewie!2","                   Whats the Message?","Hello Stewie"," M15","-1","132","-1","-1")
Select
    Case @Error = 0;OK - The string returned is valid
        _ArrayAdd(
    Case @Error = 1;The Cancel button was pushed
        MsgBox(1,"","error")
    Case @Error = 3;The InputBox failed to open
        MsgBox(1,"","error")
EndSelect
Edited by IKilledBambi

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KaFu
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Have a look at StringSplit

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IKilledBambi

Thanks oh man i didn't wanna give up on this, its been longer than I thought! It's 6.16 A.M. o.O you and Mono are my heroes!

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AdmiralAlkex

Example with StringSplit:

#include <array.au3>
Local $aTest
$sTest = "Hello World"
$aTest = StringSplit($sTest, "");if you don't need the amount of strings returned in $aTest[0] then set the third parameter to 2, see helpfile
_ArrayDisplay($aTest)

Edit: Notice that it is a lot shorter than what KaFu posted + it executes alot faster

Edited by AdmiralAlkex

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