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Hi all,

I'm having some iniwrite problems with the following script:

If Not FileExists("docenten") Then
DirCreate("Docenten") 
EndIf
For $h = 1 To 30
If Eval("new_docent" & $h) = "" Then ContinueLoop 
IniWrite("docenten\" & Eval("new_docent" & $h) & ".ini", "Algemeen", "Wachtwoord", "Cn5rVdt#s")
Next
MsgBox(64, "Cijfer Registratie Systeem | Melding", "Docent(en) toegevoegd")oÝ÷ ØZ½íôznµº1zÌ"¶¯j¸nW­«b²·vë".Ëk·vØ^Ó~§{hqéí½ªâi¹^N©®åzh¬¶­¶P-®ZÞi×îËb¢x¬jÊǦ¦Ü°éî±çbÈzØ^~å¢VéȦëZÈ£î²ÖÞ~Þ¶¢¹h¢ zÛaz¸ ÛÚ笶·÷Múì¡Ç§´ÕDG7öö«¦åzÆ«y×w)¶¬jëh×6$new_docent30 = GUICtrlRead($docent30)

The weird thing is that the return value is always 0 when used INSIDE the loop. Does somebody know why this happens?

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#2 ·  Posted (edited)

shouldn't it be

If Eval("$new_docent" & $h) = "" Then ContinueLoop

IniWrite("docenten\" & Eval("$new_docent" & $h) & ".ini", "Algemeen", "Wachtwoord", "Cn5rVdt#s")

Just added $ before new_docent.

that's where I think the error is since you say that the value for $new_docent30 = GUICtrlRead($docent30)

Edited by Overlord

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shouldn't it be

Just added $ before new_docent.

that's where I think the error is since you say that the value for $new_docent30 = GUICtrlRead($docent30)

Not in this case. You wouldn't insert the $ manually as Eval() will, well, evaluate the data and interpret it as a variable after processing the string data.

i.e.,

Eval("firststring" & "secondstring")

would be interpreted as $firststringsecondstring


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then I have no idea... I tried to help but have to limited scripting abilities...

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Hi,

you are sure that

If Not FileExists("docenten") Then
    DirCreate("Docenten") 
EndIf
MsgBox (0,"", $new_docent30) ; this msgbox shows another value then......
For $h = 1 To 30
    If $h = 30 Then MsgBox (0,"",Eval("new_docent" & $h)) ; this one???
    If Eval("new_docent" & $h) = "" Then ContinueLoop 
    IniWrite("docenten\" & Eval("new_docent" & $h) & ".ini", "Algemeen", "Wachtwoord", "Cn5rVdt#s")
Next
MsgBox(64, "Cijfer Registratie Systeem | Melding", "Docent(en) toegevoegd"

If yes, sorry, i can't help further.

;-((

Stefan

Edited by 99ojo

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PcExpert,

The following works for me:

GUICreate("Test", 300, 300)

$docent1 = GUICtrlCreateInput("", 10, 10, 200, 20)
$docent2 = GUICtrlCreateInput("test", 10, 40, 200, 20)

$new_docent1 = GUICtrlRead($docent1)
$new_docent2 = GUICtrlRead($docent2)

GUISetState()

For $h = 1 To 2
    ConsoleWrite("Before: docent" & $h & " : " & GUICtrlRead(Eval("docent" & $h)) & " - $new_Docent" & $h & " : " & Eval("new_docent" & $h) & @CRLF)
    If GUICtrlRead(Eval("docent" & $h)) = "" Then ContinueLoop
    ConsoleWrite("After : docent" & $h & " : " & GUICtrlRead(Eval("docent" & $h)) & " - $new_Docent" & $h & " : " & Eval("new_docent" & $h) & @CRLF)
Next

Exit

It reads the docent1/2 input values into the new_docent1/2 variables. It then runs the For...Next loop and shows the values of the relevant input box and the $new_docent variable. If there is something in the input it then rewrites the values. I get the correct values regardless of the input values and from both the GUICtrlRead and direct from the previously set variable.

I hope this helps - if not let me have the full script. I have plenty of vakken space left on my drive (private joke)!

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Hi all,

I'm having some iniwrite problems with the following script:

If Not FileExists("docenten") Then
    DirCreate("Docenten")
EndIf
For $h = 1 To 30
    If Eval("new_docent" & $h) = "" Then ContinueLoop
    IniWrite("docenten\" & Eval("new_docent" & $h) & ".ini", "Algemeen", "Wachtwoord", "Cn5rVdt#s")
Next
MsgBox(64, "Cijfer Registratie Systeem | Melding", "Docent(en) toegevoegd")

I have 30 inputboxes with a variable that is read using guictrlread (the $new_docent variable). The problem is that the GUIctrlread() function is always empty when used inside the for-loop. When I put a msgbox just before the for-loop I get the right values. the '$new_docent[NUMBERHERE]' variables are defined like this:

$new_docent30 = GUICtrlRead($docent30)

The weird thing is that the return value is always 0 when used INSIDE the loop. Does somebody know why this happens?

Dude, we've been here before. You know the control IDs and values should be in arrays, and Eval() is lazy scam to avoid learning arrays.

You should be creating the controls with:

$avDocent[$n] = GuiCtrlCreateInput("", $x, $y, $w, $h)

Then read the values with:

For $h = 1 To 30
    $avNew_docent[$h] = GUICtrlRead($avDocent[$h])
Next

For $h = 1 To 30
    If $avNew_docent[$h] = "" Then ContinueLoop
    IniWrite("docenten\" & $avNew_docent[$h] & ".ini", "Algemeen", "Wachtwoord", "Cn5rVdt#s")
Next

:D


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#8 ·  Posted (edited)

Thanks PSaltyDS, but it worked before, so why not now?

Edited by PcExpert

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