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remove empty elements in array

Posted on 2010-11-09
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how do i remove unwanted empty strings from an array?

ex
processarray(0)=""
processarray(1)="280"
processarray(2)=""
processarray(3)="100"

would like the array now to be:
processarray(0)="280"
processarray(1)="100"

in access 2010 vba
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from http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1470647&page=9
Public Function cleanArray(varArray() As Variant) As Variant()
  Dim tempArray() As Variant
  Dim oldIndex As Integer
  Dim newIndex As Integer
  ReDim tempArray(LBound(varArray) To UBound(varArray))
  For oldIndex = LBound(varArray) To UBound(varArray)
   If Not Trim(varArray(oldIndex) & " ") = "" Then
     tempArray(newIndex) = varArray(oldIndex)
     newIndex = newIndex + 1
   End If
 Next oldIndex
 ReDim Preserve tempArray(LBound(varArray) To newIndex - 1)
 cleanArray = tempArray
End Function

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