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How do I break a Array?
I have a big number of line-continuation characters needed, need tobreak the construct into more than one statement for continuenci.

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Call moData.Execute("ins_MyContact", "", QO_UseStoredProc, _
                        Array("@UserID", adInteger, 4, CInt(varUserID)), _
                        Array("@ContactID", adInteger, 4, CInt(varContactID)), _
                        Array("@FirstName", adChar, 45, ParamField(varFirstName, False)), _
                        Array("@LastName", adChar, 45, ParamField(varLastName, False)), _
                        Array("@Phone", adChar, 30, ParamField(varPhone, False)), _
                        Array("@Fax", adChar, 30, ParamField(varFax, False)), _
                        Array("@Mobile", adChar, 30, ParamField(varMobile, False)), _
                        Array("@Pager", adChar, 30, ParamField(varPager, False)), _
                        Array("@Email", adVarChar, 100, ParamField(varEmail, False)), _
                        Array("@Address", adVarChar, 80, ParamField(varAddress, False)), _
                        Array("@City", adChar, 45, ParamField(varCity, False)), _
                        Array("@State", adChar, 45, ParamField(varState, False)), _
                        Array("@Zip", adChar, 15, ParamField(varZip, False)), _
                        Array("@Country", adChar, 45, ParamField(varCountry, False)), _
                        Array("@Title", adChar, 65, ParamField(varTitle, False)), _
                        Array("@BusinessName", adChar, 65, ParamField(varBusinessName, False)), _
                        Array("@BusAddress", adVarChar, 80, ParamField(varBusAddress, False)), _
                        Array("@BusPhone", adChar, 30, ParamField(varBusPhone, False)), _
                        Array("@BusCity", adChar, 45, ParamField(varBusCity, False)), _
                        Array("@BusState", adChar, 45, ParamField(varBusState, False)), _
                        Array("@BusZip", adChar, 15, ParamField(varBusZip, False)), _
                        Array("@BusCountry", adChar, 45, ParamField(varBusCountry, False)), _
                        Array("@Comment", adVarChar, 250, ParamField(varComment, False)), _
                        Array("@Category", adChar, 8, ParamField(varCategory, False)),
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Question by:msilva
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by:AzraSound
ID: 6188246
every parameter needs to be an array?  what happens when you run the above?  perhaps i dont understand what you are trying to do...
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by:msilva
ID: 6188307
I have 5 more parameters to add to this aray as I try to do that, I get a error from VB "Too many line continuations". So I'm not able to add any mor parameter to this array.
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by:robbert
ID: 6188323
That is because of the _
sign to break into a new line. -- You'll need to have alot on one line; there are limitations with the IDE.
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by:ASPGuru
ID: 6188334
i'm not sure... is this what you want?

instead of:
    Array("@UserID", adInteger, 4, CInt(varUserID)), _
    Array("@ContactID", adInteger, 4, CInt(varContactID)), _
    Array("@FirstName", adChar, 45, ParamField(varFirstName, False)), _
    ....
    ....

use this:


    Array("@UserID", adInteger, 4, CInt(varUserID), _
          "@ContactID", adInteger, 4, CInt(varContactID), _
          "@FirstName", adChar, 45, ParamField(varFirstName, False), _
           ....
           ....
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by:msilva
ID: 6188394
I can not have in different line or the next funcion will not be able to parce the array. Also doing this:
Array("@UserID", adInteger, 4, CInt(varUserID), _
         "@ContactID", adInteger, 4, CInt(varContactID), _
         "@FirstName", adChar, 45, ParamField(varFirstName, False), _
         
Will give me the same error.
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by:robbert
ID: 6188409
It has nothing to do with arrays. It's just that you can't combine too many lines within a function call.
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by:ASPGuru
ID: 6188523
why does the last line end in a ","?
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by:msilva
ID: 6188575
The last end in comma because I can not add any more line.
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by:ameba
ID: 6188682
:-) Maybe his editor is limited to 80 characters per line, and he cannot put 2 Array statements on one line.

msilva, don't use fortran editor  ;-)
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by:ASPGuru
ID: 6188688
i still don't understand what the problem is... i don't see any array that is to long...

anyway, do you know tha you can call a SP with the command object, which allows you to assign the paramters line by line before you actually call execute...
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ameba earned 50 total points
ID: 6188723
msilva wrote: > I get a error from VB "Too many line continuations".

Sample how to reduce number of line continuations from 4 to 1:

x = Array(lalla), _
 Array(lalla), _
 Array(lalla), _
 Array(lalla), _
 Array(lalla)

x = Array(lalla), Array(lalla), Array(lalla), _
 Array(lalla), Array(lalla)

see also robbert's posts.
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by:msilva
ID: 6188764
I did try that by was not as well construct as yours.
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by:msilva
ID: 6188772
I did try that by was not as well construct as yours.
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by:ameba
ID: 6188889
Thanks. Credits go to robbert.
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by:msilva
ID: 6188926
Yes your are correct, Robbert made a very usufull commemt.
Is not a array issue but a combination of too many lines.
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