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I need to create an array of structs for a struct that looks like this:

struct myStruct {
   address _address;
   uint _num;
}

And I need to create the array from function args.

I'm doing this by using 2 params (address[] & uint[]) that represent the 2 struct members, and for looping through them to create the array of structs. Is there a simpler way? Potentially using

ethers.utils.AbiCoder.prototype.encode(
  ['address', 'uint'],
  [<address>, <number>]
);
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you don't have to encode it.

you can build the input like this:

   let  myStruct = {
    _address: accounts[2].address,
    _num: web3.utils.toWei("1")
  }

Then just call your function with the struct as the input

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  • Realized this eventually, thanks
    – Ryan Sea
    Sep 12, 2022 at 16:29
  • It will actually be an array of structs that will be saved to storage. Is there a way, other than for looping, to save a struct[] memory arg to struct[] storage?
    – Ryan Sea
    Sep 12, 2022 at 16:31
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    haven't done that personally, so wouldn't know, but I doubt it. I've had troubles even doing arrays in a struct
    – thefett
    Sep 12, 2022 at 17:08

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