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Nested Array Problem in Beta

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The code inside the "For i$..." runs fine without the outer loop. As soon as I place the "For i$..." code in place, SciTE throws the error "Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded.:" The only difference is the For...Next? Can someone help me with this?

$startCol = 0
$startRow = 0
$c=0
$r=0
$i = 0
For $i = 1 to 10
    If $aArray[1][$startCol+5] <> " " Then
        For $d = 1 to 10                
            If $aArray[$startRow + 2][$startCol+5] = "Yes" Then
                $bArray[$r][$c] =  $aArray[1][$startCol+5]
                $bArray[$r][$c+1] = $aArray[$startRow + 2][4] ;get the Drive Letter
                $bArray[$r][$c+2] = $aArray[$startRow + 2][2] ;then get the Share Name
                $r=$r+1
                $c=0
            EndIf
            $StartRow=$StartRow+1
        Next
    EndIf
    $startCol=$startCol+1   
Next
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Both arrays are dim'd as [12][15] arrays and the snippet works fine without the outer loop!

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Yes, no joy :-(

Also tried a "Do" loop. Seems this may be a problem. All these statements can be nested and the logic is only four deep.

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Both arrays are dim'd as [12][15] arrays and the snippet works fine without the outer loop!

In your code $r will reach 100 thus exceeding maximum 11 for your arrays first dimention

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Good catch Bowmore, would have crossed this bridge later on $r.

But the snippet that erroring was:

"If $aArray[$startRow + 2][$startCol+5] = "Yes""

Found the error in not resetting the $startRow to 0 after the inner loop.

Thanks very much for getting me started in the right direction!

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