Array name from a variable

zryip theSlug zryip.theslug at gmail.com
Tue Jan 5 11:18:01 EST 2010


Hi Alejandro,

Happy new year to you too ;)


Try this:

do "put" && quote & "data 0001" & quote && "into" && tNewArrayName &
"["& quote & "uno" & quote &"]"

Hope this helps.

-Zryip the Slug- wish you the best! 8)

2010/1/5 Alejandro Tejada <capellan2000 at gmail.com>:
>
> Hi all,
>
> Yesterday, i was looking for a way to
> create an array using a name stored
> in a variable. But i was unable to found
> a way to do this.
>
> Look at this example:
>
>   put word 2 to 4 of tInput into tNewArrayName
>   replace space with "_" in tNewArrayName
>   -- Word 2 to 4 could be, for example: (First data container)
>   -- These 4 words become 1 word, like this: (First_data_container)
>   -- This is the name that i need to use as an array name
>   -- but the following line fails and overwrite array name
>
>   put "data 0001" into tNewArrayName["uno"]
>
>   -- Now the variable tNewArrayName is an array but,
>   -- i want to convert the content of tNewArrayName
>   -- in this example, (First_data_container), in an array name
>
>  Thanks in advance.
> Happy 2010 for each one! :-)
>
> Alejandro
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