[AccessD] Array questions
stuart at lexacorp.com.pg
Mon Jan 16 22:53:59 CST 2023
Oops, delete the DIm a() as Longg. It's not used.
On 17 Jan 2023 at 14:52, Stuart McLachlan wrote:
> Or, if you can keep track of what is going on and what sort of values
> you are working with and want to take the performance hit, you *could*
> use a variant (Bleccchhhh!) It works for any variable type, not just
> Dim v As Variant
> v = Array(1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)
> Dim a() As Long
> Debug.Print v(4) ' returns 5 - resultant array is zero based!
> On 17 Jan 2023 at 14:39, Stuart McLachlan wrote:
> > On 17 Jan 2023 at 10:09, Stuart McLachlan wrote:
> > > Nor can you assign a collection of values to multiple array
> > > elements. in one statement.
> > >
> > I forgot the SPLIT function :)
> > You can as long as the array has not been dimensioned!
> > 'Next line is not needed if you don't use Option Explicit - but that
> > is NOT advised Dim a() As String ' DO NOT DIMENSION if you are going
> > to use SPLIT
> > Dim s As String
> > s = "One,Two,Three,Four,Five,Six,Seven,Eight,Nine,Ten"
> > a() = Split(s, ",")
> > Debug.Print a(4) ' returns Five - resultant array is zero based! --
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