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Jochem

line 0 in an array

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Is it possible to read just line 0 in an array.

this is giving me the whole array:

_ArrayToString($use, @TAB, 0, 0)

while this is giving me just line 1

_ArrayToString($use, @TAB, 1, 1)

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Jochem,

The simple answer is "No", because 0 is the default value for both index parameters of the function and means read the whole array.

However, the function is designed to read a range of elements into a string with a user-defined separator. If you only need a single element, why not read it directly using the index - in your case $use[0]?

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Jochem,

The simple answer is "No", because 0 is the default value for both index parameters of the function and means read the whole array.

However, the function is designed to read a range of elements into a string with a user-defined separator. If you only need a single element, why not read it directly using the index - in your case $use[0]?

M23

oke, thanks. I will use $use[0]

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