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Old 06-28-2022 , 15:19   array must be indexed
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Hi! Idk wtf is array indexing, cuz authid is not array - it`s string
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Old 06-28-2022 , 17:02   Re: array must be indexed
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This is not how you compare strings in sourcepawn

Should be

PHP Code:
if (!StrEqual(auth"BOT")) 
Also share code and not prints next time, cause is a nightmare to read and reproduce.
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Old 06-29-2022 , 11:03   Re: array must be indexed
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As Marttt said,
PHP Code:
if (!StrEqual(auth"BOT")) 
(prefer using double quotes for strings, and single quotes for a single character, else you might encounter some bugs)

You can however check a single character like this:
PHP Code:
if (auth[0] == 'B'
(the single quotes are mandatory here)

Similarly, please use strcopy() or Format() or FormatEx() to write into strings, don't directly assign them.
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Old 06-29-2022 , 11:35   Re: array must be indexed
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If you want to use the "faster" method, you can use strcmp instead of StrEqual.

PHP Code:
if (strcmp(auth"BOT") == 0
https://forums.alliedmods.net/showthread.php?t=321089
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strcmp instead of StrEqual. The latter is simply a wrapper to the former and slower by creating an extra call.
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