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Store results in memory instead of each time writing results in sheet(cell).

Dear,

I'm including some accuracy control mechanism in a simulation Tool I build to re-rate made mobile calls.

The tool has a "control modus". If selected, the result (in this case the duration of the call ) is written in the current selected row offset by 18 colums.

When rerating +100K rows, and even with screenupdating and calc disabled, it runs very slow.

Is there a possibility to keep results in the memory (array), and only write the result once, once all rerating has been done.

Select Case ControlModus
    Case Is = "YES", "Yes", "yes"
        ActiveCell.Offset(0, 18).Value = CdrSeconds ' uncomment this in case you want to write control figures next to CDR's
    Case Else
End Select

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Thank you for your help
/Xtophe
Microsoft Excel

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Faustulus

8/22/2022 - Mon
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Have you considered setting Application.ScreenUpdating = False?
The effect would be that no time is spent on updating your screen. Hence, all data are kept in arrays managed by Excel which, arguably, should not be slower than using arrays managed by the user.
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