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I have access table 19 columns and 5950 rows. How I can put it in two dimensionl array. I am pulling data with recordset from database.
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Taras
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alokanant earned 100 total points
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'Assuming that you have already set rs

dim varArr(5950,19) as variant
dim row as integer
dim col as integer

rs.movefirst
for row = 0 to 5949
for col = 0 to 18
varArr(row,col) = rs.fields(col)
rs.movenext
next col
next row

hth
alok
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Dim avarData() as Variant, numrecords as Long
avarData = dynMan.GetRows
numrecords = UBound(avarData, 2) + 1
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by:Éric Moreau
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The GetRows method is fastest than For loops!!!
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by:Taras
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I am not sure should I put rs.movenext after next col
like it has more sens for me?
Thanks lot.
                rs.movefirst
                for row = 0 to 5949
                 for col = 0 to 18
                 varArr(row,col) = rs.fields(col)
                 
                 next col
                 rs.movenext
                 next row
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by:alokanant
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yes u r correct, place move next after next col. sorry for the mistake.

hth
alok.
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