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DarkNecromancer

array problem

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I have this bit of code

Global $properties[1][4]
Global $i
Global $x[1][100]
$x[$i] = $properties[0][0]
and autoit returns an error

Error: Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded

It was referring to the x and i. I was wondering is anyone could see why? i just want to have x1,x2,x3 and so on. I dont know i figure its probably something stupid that im missing but i was unable to to find anything in the help file

DarkNecroancer

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I dont know i figure its probably something stupid that im missing

Actually. You make two-dimentional array $x[1][100] and then use it as one-dimentional: $x[$i].

Btw, why you use 1 in the first subscript? It's looks senseless until you not plan to ReDim-ing this. If as you say you just want x1,x2,x3, you enough to have one-dim array:

Global $x[100]

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