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Declare 2D array with pre-initialized values


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Is there a way to do it at all then? In the help file I only see examples of filling up a multi dimensional array one value at a time.

You can declare an array and set initial values at the same time as shown in the help for Dim. Is that what you mean?

To initialize an array, specify the values for each element inside square brackets, separated by commas. For multiple dimensions, nest the initializers. You can specify fewer elements in the initializer than declared, but not more. Function calls can also be placed in the initializers of an array. If the function call returns an array, then the one array element will contain that returned array.

Dim $Array1[12]=[3, 7.5, "string"], $array[5] = [8, 4, 5, 9, 1]

Dim $Grid[2][4]=[["Paul", "Jim", "Richard", "Louis"], [485.44, 160.68, 275.16, 320.00]]

Dim $Test[5] = [3, 1, StringSplit("Abe|Jack|Bobby|Marty", "|"), Cos(0)]

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