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Opening Saving Arrays in Visual Basic

Opening Saving Arrays in Visual Basic

Opening Saving Arrays in Visual Basic

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I'm writing a program in VB5 where I want to save the contents of a multidimensional array and be able to open that file and fill the array with the saved data. I'm familar with how to open and save data generally but I don't know how to save an entire array all at once. Is there any method that would be more effecient than using a loop to save the data one item at a time.

thanks for your help

Mike

RE: Opening Saving Arrays in Visual Basic

If your write your  data array in form of spread sheet then perhaps you could use a command Workbooks(name).save or Workbooks(name).Close(SaveChanges,FileName...).It is not an ellegant way but might work.
m777182

RE: Opening Saving Arrays in Visual Basic

You might consider using a DAO recordset

Good Luck
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RE: Opening Saving Arrays in Visual Basic

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Thank you for your help guys.

Mike

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