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Two dimensional array of a type structure in access vba

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I am using  Access 2010

I would like to create a two dimensional array.    (I actually think that I am asking for a two dimensional array of a "type structure". )
The first element would be an integer. The second would be a string

myarray(0,0) = 1
 myarray(0,1) = "test"            ... etc

Thank you
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Dale Fye

8/22/2022 - Mon
Mohamed_allabakash

You can use variant datatype in these case..
 
Dim A As Variant
A = 10,"Twenty", 30
B = A(2)
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I am hoping to not use variants.
peispud

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When I put in the code below,  Access produces an error when I try to load the form

Option Compare Database
Option Explicit

Public Type myType
    myNum As Integer
    myStr As String
End Type
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Everything became perfect after I moved the type declaration to a code module.

Thank you very much!  This was some "just on time" help.
Dale Fye

glad to be of service.