Allows items in a collection to be enumerated.
Retrieves the next item or items in an enumeration.
Enum.Next(OutputVar1 [, OutputVar2, ...])
|OutputVar1, OutputVar2||Receives an implementation-specific value.|
|...||Additional parameters, if supported.|
|Returns||A non-zero integer if successful, zero if there were no items remaining, or an empty string if parameters were incorrect.|
Enumerators returned by ObjNewEnum() are called once for each key-value pair, and allow up to two parameters:
|OutputVar1||Receives the key in a key-value pair.|
|OutputVar2||Receives the value associated with OutputVar1.|
Key-value pairs are returned in an implementation-defined order. That is, they are typically not returned in the same order that they were assigned. Existing key-value pairs may be modified during enumeration, but inserting or removing keys may cause some items to be enumerated multiple times or not at all.
; Create some sample data. obj := Object("red", 0xFF0000, "blue", 0x0000FF, "green", 0x00FF00) ; Enumerate! enum := obj._NewEnum() While enum[k, v] t .= k "=" v "`n" MsgBox % t ; AHK_L 59+ For k, v in obj s .= k "=" v "`n" MsgBox % s