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A MultiDimensional Array

Posted on 2006-07-04
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Hi,

Basically my question is how can I define one?  I do not know what the size will be so it has to be open.  I do not know how to code this?  Do I have to use something like redim when I am assigning values?

thanks in advance,

Andrew
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Cheers for that, but there is no example of Multi Dimensional Arrays there
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Lee W, MVP earned 500 total points
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Sure there are - what do you call this:
Dim a(1 to 5,1 to 5) As Double

Are you saying that
DIM MyArray() didn't work for your multidimensional array?
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leew my apologies I did not see that.

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