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Counting No. of values in Arrays

Posted on 1998-08-27
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I define an array of 10 items, say a[10].
I give for 3 arrays say a[0] = 38, a[3] = 980, a[7] = 98
The remaining arrays 7 of them are without values.
What I want is to get the count of number of arrays (with values) and in this case should give the count as 3.

Is there any function /user defined logic to do this one.
Anticipating a postive response from your end for this case.
Thankyou in advance for your help.
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Nope, sorry.

The best you can do is:
nCount = 0
For nCnt1 = LBound(a) to UBound(a)
  If a(nCnt1) > 0 Then
    nCount = nCount + 1
  End If
Next nCnt1
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