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How do I SUM the values in a LotusScript integer array?

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I have a non-dynamic LotusScript array of integer values and I want to SUM.  I understand that I need to loop through the array (ForAll?) and sum the values in each array element, but I'm not quite sure how to do it.  Need help FAST!  =)

Thanks, Chad
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Dim values(5) As Integer
Dim x,y As Integer

values(0) = 25
values(1) = 20
values(2) = 15
values(3) = 10
values(4) = 5

y = 0

For x=0 to 4
   y = y + values(x)
End For

y has the total value of all the elements of the array.

-Gus
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If you want to use ForAll:

ForAll x in values
   y = y + x
End ForAll

-Gus
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thanks!
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