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Robin

ive seen guys do scripting with ($PROGRAM[$x][1])...What does the [$x][1] mean? (the brackets)

I only know the ($PROGRAM,$x,1)...

i cant seem to find an explination for it in the help file...

thanks guys

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SmOke_N

ive seen guys do scripting with ($PROGRAM[$x][1])...What does the [$x][1] mean? (the brackets)

I only know the ($PROGRAM,$x,1)...

i cant seem to find an explination for it in the help file...

thanks guys

http://www.autoitscript.com/wiki/Arrays

Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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isolation

Hi Robin

The variable you see is an array

it can contain more than a variable

You should study some programming bases

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SmOke_N

Hi Robin

The variable you see is an array

it can contain more than a variable

You should study some programming bases

I believe you mean basics? :D

It was a legit question. For many of us, AutoIt was our first language... some are spoiled with speedy responses to seemingly easy questions.


Common sense plays a role in the basics of understanding AutoIt... If you're lacking in that, do us all a favor, and step away from the computer.

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Robin

Hi Robin

The variable you see is an array

it can contain more than a variable

You should study some programming bases

Yeah..i see that too...Although, with the little knowlege i have icw programming, i must say, with the little i had to work with, i wrote some quite powerfull programs (Utilities) with NO Arrays :D

PS: I must admit...I take my hat off to the Developers of this program...and yes, this IS my first programming language...and i LOVE it...

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