Defining variables using a for loop in VBA

Posted on 2006-04-11
Last Modified: 2010-05-01
How do I code the "NPMax(i)" to get this to work correctly?

For i = 1 To [Forms]![NominalData]!Modes.Value
   NPMax(i) = ([Forms]![NominalData]("p" & i).Value + (3 / 100 * 18))

Question by:rgrguric
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    dim NPMax() as double

    redim NPMax(1 to [Forms]![NominalData]!Modes.Value) as double
    For i = 1 To [Forms]![NominalData]!Modes.Value
       NPMax(i) = ([Forms]![NominalData]("p" & i).Value + (3 / 100 * 18))

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