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eignxing

This does not seem to work for me and I'm feeling slow today. I just modified parts of the help file. What am I doing wrong?

#include <Array.au3>

;===============================================================================
; Example 2 (using a 2D array)
;===============================================================================
Local $avArray[6][2] = [ _
["String0", "2009/03/24 12:34:25"], _
["String1", "2009/03/25 11:34:25"], _
["String2", "asdf"], _
["String3", "2009/07/01 12:34:25"], _
["String4", "2009/06/12 12:34:25"], _
["String5", "2009/07/07 00:48:23"]]

_ArrayDisplay($avArray, "$avArray")

$sColumn = 1

$iIndex = _ArraySearch($avArray, "asdf", 0, 0, 0, 1, $sColumn)
If @error Then
    MsgBox(0, "Not Found", '"' & "asdf" & '" was not found on column ' & $sColumn & '.')
Else
    MsgBox(0, "Found", '"' & "asdf" & '" was found in the array at position ' & $iIndex & ' on column ' & $sColumn & '.')
EndIf

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dantay9

The help file is wrong. I don't know if it is because of an update, but the example is missing a parameter. Before $sColumn, you need another parameter with a value of 1. This is the correct syntax for the example in the help file.

#include <Array.au3>
 ;===============================================================================
 ; Example 2 (using a 2D array)
 ;===============================================================================
 Local $avArray[6][2] = [ _
 ["String0", "SubString0"], _
 ["String1", "SubString1"], _
 ["String2", "SubString2"], _
 ["String3", "SubString3"], _
 ["String4", "SubString4"], _
 ["String5", "SubString5"]]
 
 _ArrayDisplay($avArray, "$avArray")
 
 $sSearch = InputBox("_ArraySearch() demo", "String to find?")
 If @error Then Exit
 
 $sColumn = InputBox("_ArraySearch() demo", "Column to search?")
 If @error Then Exit
 $sColumn = Int($sColumn)
 
 $iIndex = _ArraySearch($avArray, $sSearch, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1, $sColumn)
 If @error Then
     MsgBox(0, "Not Found", '"' & $sSearch & '" was not found on column ' & $sColumn & '.')
 Else
     MsgBox(0, "Found", '"' & $sSearch & '" was found in the array at position ' & $iIndex & ' on column ' & $sColumn & '.')
 EndIf
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PsaltyDS

I started to post that it was fixed in the Beta help file, but it's not. Bug Trac #1063 created for documentation tweak.

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