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  1. How to store a table in global variable ? I tried : --The table has predefined values: --lights2checkstatus[1] = 0 --lights2checkstatus[2] = 86 -- I copy local variable (1 dimensional table) to global variable : fibaro:setGlobal("LightsStatus", lights2checkstatus) --where lights2checkstatus is 1-dimension table (0,86). -- I copy global variable to local variable "lights2checkstatus1" : local lights2checkstatus1 = {} lights2checkstatus1 = fibaro:getGlobal("LightsStatus") -- I debug values of local variables "lights2checkstatus" and "lights2checkstatus1" : fibaro:debug(lights2checkstatus) fibaro:debug(lights2checkstatus1) -- The result of debug is eg. : table: 0x8731ca0 table: 0x8731ca0 Which means lights2checkstatus and lights2checkstatus1 are same. There was read from the global variable the same what was earlier written to it. But each time I rune the scene (with the same values of the table (0,86) ) I have different values : table: 0x8828500 table: 0x8828500 table: 0x93f6938 table: 0x93f6938 and so on ... What I do wrong ? How to store in a global variable a table , eg. my test table (0,86) ?
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