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how to count the elements on an array?

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soulhealer

hi,

the question is the topic :shocked: would anyone give advice? thanks for any help.

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Tlem

The 1st element an Array (MyArray[0]) contains the numbers of element in that Array !

Thierry


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Jos

hi,

the question is the topic :shocked: would anyone give advice? thanks for any help.

Ubound() ?

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soulhealer

Ubound() ?

ahh :shocked: thanks

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The 1st element an Array (MyArray[0]) contains the numbers of element in that Array !

Nah... some functions do that by convention, but it is not a standard feature.

See the Unbound function.

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Tlem

Sorry for my mistake.

Also I know and use Ubound, but I forget it (Shame on me :"> )

Thierry

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