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MasonMill

Hi guys,

What is the quickest way to find the last element of an array? _arraymax() finds the highest value but id like the last element in the array regardless of its value. I couldn't find a function that would find the size of an array. The arrays would be different sizes. Thanks!

-Mason

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Tvern

Ubound()

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jaberwacky

Quick 'n' dirty... (that's what they call me)

Global Const $array[3] = [1, 2, 3]

Global Const $element = LastElement($array)

ConsoleWrite($element & @LF)

Func LastElement(ByRef Const $array)

    Return UBound($array)

EndFunc ;==>$lastElement
Edited by jaberwocky6669

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MasonMill

Cool! Ill look into Ubound thanks guys!

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Jos

Quick 'n' dirty... (that's what they call me)

Global Const $array[3] = [1, 2, 3]

Global Const $element = LastElement($array)

ConsoleWrite($element & @LF)

Func LastElement(ByRef Const $array)

    Return UBound($array)

EndFunc ;==>$lastElement

mmm... Not sure what func LastElement is supposed to do more than UBound() here?

or did you mean?:

Func LastElement(ByRef Const $array)

    Return $Array[UBound($array)-1]

EndFunc ;==>$lastElement
Edited by Jos

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jaberwacky

or did you mean?:

Func LastElement(ByRef Const $array)

 Return $Array[UBound($array)-1]

EndFunc ;==>$lastElement

Criminy! Wow, I totally overlooked the obvious bug in my code. Thanks Jos. I saw the '3' and assumed it was the value of the element!

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