How to join up 1 demensional array into 1 string?

Hi Experts,

I have an array called RowArray(ia) with ia being 1 to 59 which has stored values in them. Now what I want to do is concatenate all RowArrays from 1 to 59 in a single string without writing 'Variable = RowArray(1)&","&RowArray(2)&","&RowArray(3)' etc. all the way to RowArray(59).

Can anyone tell me how to do this efficiently perhaps in some kind of loop?

Thanks,

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onesegunAsked:
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etech0Commented:
Try this:
Dim x as integer
for x = 1 to 59
    Variable = variable & rowarray(x)
Next

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etech0Commented:
Or if you want commas...

(I put a space after the comma in the quotes - you can leave it out if you want)
Dim x as integer
for x = 1 to 59
    Variable = variable & rowarray(x) & ", "
Next

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StephenJRCommented:
Without a loop:
s = Join(RowArray)

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StephenJRCommented:
Since you want commas
s = Join(RowArray, ",")

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etech0Commented:
Nice!
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onesegunAuthor Commented:
Nice work guys! Both solutions were excellent though understandably I went for the simplest which was using the Join method.
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