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Error when declaring an array - "integer constant expected" 0x800A0402

Posted on 2003-11-06
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I'm trying to declare an array whose size is based on other arrays, but get an error, as listed in question title. Can anyone shed light on this? Here's the code:

first array declared, such as:
Dim CountryArray
CountryArray = Array("Australia","USA","England","Iraq","Istambul","Yugoslavia")

Here's the one I get the error with:
Dim MDPArray(((UBound(CountryArray)+1)*3)-1,13)

TIA
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Question by:Chris_Granger
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Ryan Chong earned 100 total points
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Try:

Dim MDPArray
Redim MDPArray(((UBound(CountryArray)+1)*3)-1,13)

cheers
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by:Chris_Granger
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That works fine, thanks!  Not sure why it doesn't work the other way but....
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by:Gary
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Use ReDim instead of Dim, you can't dynamically set an array that way.
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by:Gary
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Hmm reloaded question and nothing here.
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