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Dim pizzaprice(0 To 3, 0 To 2) As Currency - what does this bit mean?

I'm doing a vb course (very new to it) - I don't understand what this means - why the 0 to 3 and then 0 to 2.  I have 3 different  pizzas with 3 different sizes

    Any ideas or do I need to give a bit more info?

Thanks for any help

Karen
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Dim pizzaprice(0 To 3, 0 To 2) As Currency

creates a 2 dimension array of Currency types to handle the values. Imagine where the pizzaprice is listed on a 2 dimension tables, where the x-axis is 0 to 3, and y-axis is 0 to 2 and that shows and allocate the prices of pizza.

Now more understand on it?
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Thanks for your help ryancys - I'm new to this site (not sure if this is the correct route of replying)? to you - apologies if not!

PS - the penny has dropped at last! - I'll get the hang of this VB stuff one day (I hope)
Karen
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