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yucatan

hello guys how can i check de size of a array

when i do this

$avArray[0] = "JPM"

$avArray[1] = "Holger"

$avArray[2] = "Jon"

$avArray[3] = "Larry"

$avArray[4] = "Jeremy"

$avArray[5] = "Valik"

$avArray[6] = "Cyberslug"

$avArray[7] = "Nutster"

$avArray[8] = "JdeB"

$avArray[9] = "Tylo"

he needs to return 9 because there are 9 entry's in the array..

pleas help me out

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99ojo

hello guys how can i check de size of a array

when i do this

$avArray[0] = "JPM"

$avArray[1] = "Holger"

$avArray[2] = "Jon"

$avArray[3] = "Larry"

$avArray[4] = "Jeremy"

$avArray[5] = "Valik"

$avArray[6] = "Cyberslug"

$avArray[7] = "Nutster"

$avArray[8] = "JdeB"

$avArray[9] = "Tylo"

he needs to return 9 because there are 9 entry's in the array..

pleas help me out

hi,

1st: you have 10 entrys in Array

2nd: in your case: $arraysize = ubound ($avArray)

;-))

Stefan

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BrettF

Sure,

You need to look at Ubound. Search for it in the help file... :)

Technically there are 10 entries in the array though, which is what Ubound returns, so use (for example):

For $i = 0 To UBound ($array) - 1
....

Cheers,

Brett

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