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UBound() for Object ?

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Is there UBound() for an Object ?

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Is there UBound() for an Object ?

How could there be? An object can be made up of both functions and variables.

Provide more information.

Edited by weaponx

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The concept applies to a "collection". How it is implemented depends on the specific collection -- often it is .length or .count.

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those were not available.

there will only ever be a few items, so it won't hurt to iterate twice

For $x In $y

$count += 1

Next

For $x In $y

doSomething($x)

Next

thanks anyhow

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