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Problems setting specific array value in 2d array

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Hi All,

Apologies if this is redundant, but I was not able to find anything for my specific case when searching google and the forum.

I'm having an issue trying to set a specific array element in a 2d array. Code I'm working with:

$num_cols=$sqlRet.Fields.Count -1

Global $SQLResultsArray[1][$num_cols]
_ArrayDisplay($SQLResultsArray)

For $col=0 To ($num_cols)
    $SQLResultsArray[0][$col] = $sqlRet.Fields($col).Name
Next

_ArrayDisplay($SQLResultsArray)

Executing that yields the following error: SQL_select_test.au3" (79) : ==> Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded.:
$SQLResultsArray[0][$col] = $sqlRet.Fields($col).Name
^ ERROR

I can update the array just fine using _ArrayAdd, but it doesn't do quite what I'm after.

Essentially I'm trying to set the 0th row's values to be the column names from the results of an ADODB query execution.

Kind Regards,

SP

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Fix is

For $col = 0 To $num_cols - 1
    $SQLResultsArray[0][$col] = $sqlRet.Fields($col + 1).Name

0 to $num_cols is 1 too much for the array, but ADO column indices sart at 1.


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That did the trick. Many thanks. I'm relatively new to ADO; I'll have to keep the indices starting at 1 in mind going forwards.

 

Thanks again.

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