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Multivalue Arrays

Posted by Sebastian Arnold 
Sebastian Arnold
Multivalue Arrays
August 05, 2011 01:51PM
Which can hold any kind of value.

Example:

aMultiArray is MultiArray

ArrayAdd( aMultiArray, "One")
ArrayAdd( aMultiArray, 2 )
ArrayAdd( aMultiArray, True )

or

ArrayAddLine( aMultiArray, "One",1,True)
ArrayAddLine( aMultiArray, "Two",2,False)

Sebastian
Al
Re: Multivalue Arrays
August 07, 2011 07:19AM
Hello Sebastian

I have not tried it out, but according to the help I think you can create multi dimensional arrays with different array types.

Declaring an array with several dimensions (up to 10)
Array Name is array of [Dimension 1 [by Dimension 2] ... [by Dimension 10]] Type of Array Elements
OR
Array Name is array of [Dimension 1 [,Dimension 2] ... [,Dimension 10]] Type of Array Elements

The option regarding the "Type Of Array Elements" would seem to allow what you are asking for.

Regards
Al
Alexandre Leclerc
Re: Multivalue Arrays
September 07, 2011 05:25PM
Hi Sabastian,

Create an array of Variant. This will do exactly as expected. You can then use the property ..Type to know the type if desired.

[doc.pcsoft.fr]

Best regards,
Alexandre Leclerc
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