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Array length at runtime

Array length at runtime

Array length at runtime

(OP)
How can I set the length of Array in VB6 during runtime?
If there are any Gimicks while using array that a beginer should know, please do tell me that too

RE: Array length at runtime

You can use the ReDim and ReDim Preserve commands to modify the length of an array. There are samples in the VB Help file on this.

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RE: Array length at runtime

(OP)
i have array say Member(10)
and i would like to store the Length, E and I of every member seperately...like Member(1).Length , is it somehow possible in VB.
Thanks for the ReDim Tip.

RE: Array length at runtime

Something like this?

Option Explicit

Public Type MY_TYPE
  ILength As Double
  ELength As Double
End Type

Public Sub Test()
  Dim Members() As MY_TYPE
  Dim intCnt As Integer
  Dim PI As Double
  PI = Atn(1) * 4
  For intCnt = 0 To 10
    ReDim Preserve Members(intCnt)
    Members(intCnt).ILength = PI * 7 - intCnt
    Members(intCnt).ELength = PI * 4 + intCnt
  Next intCnt
  For intCnt = 0 To 10
    Debug.Print Members(intCnt).ELength
    Debug.Print Members(intCnt).ILength
  Next intCnt
End Sub

RE: Array length at runtime

(OP)
thankU Rj ,Uve soled my prob. :)

RE: Array length at runtime

Dim Array(0,1) 'global
I = 5.36    '2x4 #2 Doug-Fir Wood
E = 1.6E+06
call AddNewSection( I, E )
end

Private Sub AddNewSection (I as Single, E as Single)
Static nSections
nSections = nSections + 1
ReDim Preserve Array (nSections, 1)
Array( nSections, 0)= I
Array( nSections, 1) = E
end sub

RE: Array length at runtime

Does anyone know how to get the length of an array at runtime in VB script?

RE: Array length at runtime

Use the Ubound function
ArrayLength  = Ubound(ArrayName)

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