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Using 'in' for an Array, not a Set

MartinC
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Is it possible to use the 'in' operator to find if an integer is in an array of integer?

The boolean-resulting:

7 in [5, 7, 9]

... would return TRUE for instance. Can I do something similar like:

7 in aNumbers

where aNumbers is an array of integer? Or do I have to do an ugly looping checker against each aNumbers[x] from 0 to length(aNumbers)?

Please give reasons for your answer: no points for just the quickest person to type "nope"   ;-)

Martin
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defintivly no!

you need a function which loops through the array

meikl ;-)
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Commented:
well, i need no points :-)))
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Ah well, if Kretzschmar The Infallible just says "nope" i guess I have to accept it ... thanks for promptness! Given that Kretschmar has said he doesn't need the points and Zhaawh has saved me even writing the function, and i am an incredibly lazy person, i'm gonna give the points to Zhaawh.

Thanks to both!

Martin
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