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JohnW

Ini File read all keys in a section

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Is there a way to read all the keys in a section of an ini file without knowing the key names.

For example if I had the following

[Type]

A=1

B=2

C=3

D=4

I would like something like

$keyArray = IniRead???("Type")

The array would contain:

$keyArray[0]=4

$keyArray[1]=A

$keyArray[2]=B

$keyArray[3]=C

$keyArray[4]=D

Edited by JohnW

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JohnW,

In that wonderful and much under-read Help file:

"IniReadSection ("filename", "section") - Reads all key/value pairs from a section in a standard format .ini file. Returns a 2 dimensional array where element[n][0] is the key and element[n][1] is the value."

M23


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It must be late in the day because I read that and it just blew by me. Sorry. I need to go home and have a cold one.

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