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    [F8] Array issues

    I have this code.

    Code:
    var r =ssCore.INIFile.getVal({path:file, section:"Weapon", key:"delay", defaultValue:"?"});
    weapon_delay[i]=parseInt(r.result);
    if i trace r.result it will come up with the right value, but when i trace weapon_delay[1] it comes up as undefined.

    there should be 4 values in weapon_delay.

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    what happens if you do this?

    Code:
    var r =ssCore.INIFile.getVal({path:file, section:"Weapon", key:"delay", defaultValue:"?"});
    weapon_delay[0]=parseInt(r.result);
    ~calmchess~

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    nope still undefined

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    what is: r.result? Make sure it's just a number not any extra spaces or anything.
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    r.result is {4,20,30,3}
    here is a whole chunk of the code im using incase something else is messing it up.
    Code:
    for(i=0;i<fileList.length;i++){
    	file = "data\\weapons\\"+fileList[i];
    	ssDebug.trace(fileList[i]);
    	var r =ssCore.INIFile.getVal({path:file, section:"Weapon", key:"name", defaultValue:"?"});
    weapon_name=r.result;
    var r =ssCore.INIFile.getVal({path:file, section:"Weapon", key:"delay", defaultValue:"?"});
    weapon_delay[i]=parseInt(r.result);
    ssDebug.trace(r.result+"b");
    var r =ssCore.INIFile.getVal({path:file, section:"Projectile", key:"image", defaultValue:"?"});
    _root.projectile_speed[i]=parseInt(r.result);
    var r =ssCore.INIFile.getVal({path:file, section:"Projectile", key:"explosion", defaultValue:"?"});
    _root.projectile_explosion[i]=parseInt(r.result);
    var r =ssCore.INIFile.getVal({path:file, section:"Projectile", key:"damage", defaultValue:"?"});
    _root.projectile_damage[i]=parseInt(r.result);
    var r =ssCore.INIFile.getVal({path:file, section:"Projectile", key:"amount", defaultValue:"?"});
    _root.projectile_amount[i]=parseInt(r.result);
    var r =ssCore.INIFile.getVal({path:file, section:"Projectile", key:"random", defaultValue:"?"});
    _root.projectile_random[i]=parseInt(r.result);
    var r =ssCore.INIFile.getVal({path:file, section:"Projectile", key:"speed", defaultValue:"?"});
    _root.projectile_speed[i]=parseInt(r.result);
    }

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    Instead of this:
    weapon_delay[i]=parseInt(r.result);
    use this:
    weapon_delay=r.result.split(",");
    this will separate all of the numbers in r.result and place them into the array. No loop necessary because it will separate the whole string at once.
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    but it only loads 1 file at a time.
    so each time the loop is run is run r.result is 4
    2nd time it is 20
    so on.

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    ok, what i will do is make it a string and do this:
    Code:
    var r =ssCore.INIFile.getVal({path:file, section:"Weapon", key:"delay", defaultValue:"?"});
    weapon_delay+=","+parseInt(r.result);
    then split that up.

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