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I can't seem to get it. I want to add the values I get so that when it give the value on the for loop it will add to that the next time around.

$String = a,b,c,d,e,f

$iString = StringSplit($String, ",")

For $i = 1 To $iString[0]

Guictrlsetdata($TestField, $iString[$i])

Next

Problem is I want it to add to the value each time. So that it will set a new string of a\b\c\d\e\f

Can't seem to figure out how to add to the value on each loop.

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I can't seem to get it. I want to add the values I get so that when it give the value on the for loop it will add to that the next time around.

$String = a,b,c,d,e,f

$iString = StringSplit($String, ",")

For $i = 1 To $iString[0]

Guictrlsetdata($TestField, $iString[$i])

Next

Problem is I want it to add to the value each time. So that it will set a new string of a\b\c\d\e\f

Can't seem to figure out how to add to the value on each loop.

??

What do you mean by "add to the value"? If the array element has "a" then does it mean that you want it to become "b", or do you mean you want to add extra elements?

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

What do you mean by "add to the value"? If the array element has "a" then does it mean that you want it to become "b", or do you mean you want to add extra elements?

I want a to become a\b

and everytime it goes through the loop it adds the next value to the end of the last value with what it finds in the arrar,

a becomes, a\b, a\b becomes a\b\c etc?

I've been looking at _arraytostring but haven't yet made that work either.

Thanks

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I want a to become a\b

and everytime it goes through the loop it adds the next value to the end of the last value with what it finds in the arrar,

a becomes, a\b, a\b becomes a\b\c etc?

I've been looking at _arraytostring but haven't yet made that work either.

Thanks

I think I get it, but to be sure

you start with a string "a,b,c,d,e,f"

You make an array $array[0] = 6, [1] = "a", [2] = "b" etc

then you want to make a string from this array which will be "a/b/c/d/e/f"

Is that what you want?


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I think I get it, but to be sure

you start with a string "a,b,c,d,e,f"

You make an array $array[0] = 6, [1] = "a", [2] = "b" etc

then you want to make a string from this array which will be "a/b/c/d/e/f"

Is that what you want?

Yes but I don't alway know the size of the array because I will be using StringSplit with different strings. But want to add them back together with another delimited. So yes.

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#6 ·  Posted (edited)

$String = "a,b,c,d,e,f"
$aStrings = SplitString($String, ",")
For $i = 1 To $iString[0]
    GuiCtrlSetData($TestField, GuiCtrlRead($TestField) & "/" & $aStrings[$i])
NextoÝ÷ ØƲmà%µêçjدz²¢ç(ºWZq˦ºV­zØ^½©nz)í¡©è¶«²Úâ§våÊÇ­¶¯j[¢wjëh×6$String = "a,b,c,d,e,f"
$aStrings = SplitString($String, ",")
$sValue = ""
For $i = 1 To $iString[0]
    If $i > 1 Then $sValue &= "/"
    $sValue &= $aStrings[$i]
Next
GuiCtrlSetData($TestField, $sValue)

HTH

Edited by WideBoyDixon

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I believe, you are looking for _ArrayAdd, but that will only add the data so if you are using [0] to store the number of elements, then you would probably want to Ubound it, or just add as you go which ever you find easier.

But also what WideBoyDixon said would also be wise about using another array.


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