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Refer To A Property Dynamically

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Hi, Struggling to explain what I need to do do but here goes.

If I have three properties eg...

var user01 = false
var user02 = false
var user03 = false

A function in my app returns one of three values - 01, 02 or 03 - as theValue I then want to use theValue and cocatenate with "user" to update one of the properties.

eg user\(theValue) = true

I know that the above line of script is nonsense. Any pointers on how this behaviour can be achieved??

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This is not possible.

Maybe if you describe in more detail what you need to achieve, we can suggest you better solution?

You could also look into using a Dictionary where the keys would be "user01", "user02" etc and then you could dynamically construct these keys and update the properties.

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Well as @nemecek-filip mentions it is not possible to do that.

Dictionary is a good way to go about it, although this will add a layer of dealing with optionals.

It would help greatly if you share what the function does. What is its purpose?

Then we could recommend the best approach!

Cheers

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