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I know with the newest release came the ability to have 0-element arrays (yay!).  It may be that documentation is just lagging behind a little, but in case it was missed ...

_ArrayDelete documention (both installed and online) says:

If the array has one element left (or one row for 2D arrays), it will be set to "" after _ArrayDelete() is used on it.

 

 

I did a quick check using the following code:

#include <array.au3>
Global $aMyArray[1]
msgbox(0,"",UBound($aMyArray))
_ArrayDelete($aMyArray,0)
msgbox(0,"",UBound($aMyArray))

and it appears that _ArrayDelete brings the array to 0 elements.

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SlowCoder74,

Thanks, I will fix it. I thought I had when I changed the library to accept empty arrays. :thumbsup:

For future reference, please report errors like that via the BugTracker (the link is in the menu at the top of the page). ;)

M23

Edit: Just checked and I have in fact removed that bit in the big rewrite of the Array library that will be in the next Beta. But thanks again for pointing it out - we are always happy to get help keeping things up to date. :)

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