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Numof of elements in an array

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In visual basic 6, how do i tell how many elements are in an array?

Private Function GetData(TblKey As String)

Dim WkKey As Variant
WkKey = Split(TblKey, ",")

How can i tell how many elements or occurences are in WkKey?
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Question by:tomhoran
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by:tomhoran
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UBound(WkKey) - LBound(WkKey) + 1
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by:pauljk
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ubound(WkKey) + 1

This will give you the count of occurences.
+1 becuase it starts at 0.
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by:pauljk
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Beware...  You will get an error if you do not have any elements in your array.
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by:GivenRandy
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Pauljk, my solution is more complete and before yours was submitted.  Why did you set yours as the proposed answer?  Well, hopefully tomhoran notices this.  
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Thanks.
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