Working wih redimensioned array with User defined type

The Actual problem in all this was the redim preseve in the DLL does not work properly .

1. I define an User define type in Dll
and an array of the user defined type

Public type udt
  t1 as s tring
  I1 as integer
end type
Private myarr() as udt

2. the function in Dll component does some thing like this

Public function X() as boolean

for i = 1 to 50
   Redim Preserve myarr(i)
   '****** this statemenmt causes the
   '****  general protection fault


   myarr(i).t1 = "test" & i
   myarr(i).I1 = i

next i
end function

** this function is directly accessed from a standard project which has forms


3. The same procedure works well in the devlopment environment but fails when u actually make the dll and refrence it from the project..


4. The question arises how do you work with redimentioning array's having structures i mean user defined type in it. The whole exercise  is actually for populating a tree structure using a binary tree algorithm . Well this works fine when you dimension it at the begining ( ie; if it is a fixed type of array)

ie; dim myarr(1000) as udt


Any help in this reagard is apprciated ..

jaggi06Asked:
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mcriderCommented:
Try this:

ReDim myarr(0) as as udt
for i = 1 to 50
   Redim Preserve myarr(i) as udt
   myarr(i).t1 = "test" & i
   myarr(i).I1 = i

next i



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jaggi06Author Commented:
Yes I missed that and tried to redimension and preserve the array with value


ie; redim preserve myarr(0)

Thank you for exactly pinning at the right point ..

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mcriderCommented:
Thanks for the points! Glad I could help!


Cheers!
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