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How would you combine arrays, of unknown size, into one array? (without using VBA)

Posted on 2010-09-21
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How would you combine arrays, of unknown size, into one array? For example, you want to combine data from two columns into one tidy column. The challenge is that the data hasn’t been entered yet, and you don’t know how many rows will be in each column.
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You probably have to set up a third array, loop through the others and add them to the third one. Post a workbook?
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