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Archived Boards => WinBatch Script Exchange => Topic started by: kdmoyers on May 02, 2013, 10:01:14 am

Title: testing a posted code fragment
Post by: kdmoyers on May 02, 2013, 10:01:14 am
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  #definesubroutine ArrSetup(arr)
    ; Used to maintain a set of named array indexes
    ; globally across main program and functions.
    if arrinfo(arr,0)==1 ; one dimensional
      for _i = 1 to itemcount(arr[0],' ')
        _s = itemextract(_i,arr[0],' ')
        @%_s% = _i
      next _i
    elseif arrinfo(arr,0)==2 ; two dimensional
      for _i = 1 to itemcount(arr[0,0],' ')
        _s = itemextract(_i,arr[0,0],' ')
        @%_s% = _i
      next _i
    endif
    drop(_i,_s)
    return parr
    ;Usage in main program:
    ;   arrvar = ARRDIMENSION(100)
    ;   arrvar[0] = "FRED PETE SALLY"
    ;   ArrSetup(*PTRGLOBALDEFINE(arrvar))
    ;   . . .
    ;   arrvar[@SALLY] = 1234
    ;
    ;Usage in functions:
    ;   arrvar = ArrSetup(*PTRGLOBAL(arrvar))
    ;   . . .
    ;   X = arrvar[@SALLY]
    ;
  #endsubroutine

  mem = arrdimension(100)
  mem[0]="left top inifile speed"
  arrsetup(*ptrglobaldefine(mem))

  #definefunction fred(a)
    mem = arrsetup(*ptrglobal(mem))
    message(a,mem[@top])
  #endfunction

  mem[@top] = 45

  fred("sally")

exit
Title: Re: testing a posted code fragment
Post by: kdmoyers on May 02, 2013, 10:02:50 am
Code: Winbatch
  #definesubroutine ArrSetup(arr)
    ; Used to maintain a set of named array indexes
    ; globally across main program and functions.
    if arrinfo(arr,0)==1 ; one dimensional
      for _i = 1 to itemcount(arr[0],' ')
        _s = itemextract(_i,arr[0],' ')
        @%_s% = _i
      next _i
    elseif arrinfo(arr,0)==2 ; two dimensional
      for _i = 1 to itemcount(arr[0,0],' ')
        _s = itemextract(_i,arr[0,0],' ')
        @%_s% = _i
      next _i
    endif
    drop(_i,_s)
    return arr
    ;Usage in main program:
    ;   arrvar = ARRDIMENSION(100)
    ;   arrvar[0] = "FRED PETE SALLY"
    ;   ArrSetup(*PTRGLOBALDEFINE(arrvar))
    ;   . . .
    ;   arrvar[@SALLY] = 1234
    ;
    ;Usage in functions:
    ;   arrvar = ArrSetup(*PTRGLOBAL(arrvar))
    ;   . . .
    ;   X = arrvar[@SALLY]
    ;
  #endsubroutine

  mem = arrdimension(100)
  mem[0]="left top inifile speed"
  arrsetup(*ptrglobaldefine(mem))

  #definefunction fred(a)
    mem = arrsetup(*ptrglobal(mem))
    message(a,mem[@top])
  #endfunction

  mem[@top] = 45

  fred("sally")

exit
 
Title: Re: testing a posted code fragment
Post by: td on May 03, 2013, 08:01:23 am
Welcome! You have the 'honor' of being  the first WinBatch user to sign in to the new forum.  8)
Title: Re: testing a posted code fragment
Post by: kdmoyers on May 06, 2013, 05:31:13 am
Proud to be here.  Lemme know if I can help!
-Kirby
Title: Re: testing a posted code fragment
Post by: myfairlady on August 22, 2013, 06:37:19 pm
Hi there, please help me.

I use win batch to upload some data to Movex. I found some issue and got reply from win batch support. They give me some script to add. I don't know where can i add those script and how to fix. Please help me win batch expert. Thanks.
I am just normal end user and use winbatch for uploading purpose. I don't know which is source file and which IDE is required. Please help me. If my question  is wrong thread, feel free to move the post. Thanks.

Best Regards,
myfairlady
Title: Re: testing a posted code fragment
Post by: Deana on August 23, 2013, 07:45:49 am
Hi there, please help me.

I use win batch to upload some data to Movex. I found some issue and got reply from win batch support. They give me some script to add. I don't know where can i add those script and how to fix. Please help me win batch expert. Thanks.
I am just normal end user and use winbatch for uploading purpose. I don't know which is source file and which IDE is required. Please help me. If my question  is wrong thread, feel free to move the post. Thanks.

Best Regards,
myfairlady

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