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--[[User:Ptoye|Ptoye]] 15:34, 12 April 2009 (UTC)
--[[User:Ptoye|Ptoye]] 15:34, 12 April 2009 (UTC)
ubound and lbound
--Anonymous Coward

Latest revision as of 21:15, 10 August 2009

Please expand...

  • how do you set a value in an array?
    • example: see Documentation/BASIC Guide/Loops.
    • I added a very simple example, but as I'm only starting, I don't know more ways - I'd also expect something like "myArray = [1, 2, 3] to work, as in many other languages, but I couldn't find how to do that --HenningSprang 14:38, 22 November 2008 (CET)
  • can arrays be appended to other arrays?
  • can an item be inserted into an array?
  • can an array be indexed with strings or other values?

(copied from the bottom of the Article page. Please post all discussions and comments to the Discussion page.) --Ccornell 14:34, 20 June 2008 (CEST)


The example for multi-dimensional is awful, because the number for each dimension is the same 5.

Here's what it currently says.

In addition to single dimensional data fields, Apache OpenOffice Basic also supports work with multi-dimensional data fields. The corresponding dimensions are separated from one another by commas. The example
Dim MyIntArray(5, 5) As Integer
defines an integer array with two dimensions, each with 6 indexes (can be addressed through the indexes 0 to 5). The entire array can record a total of 6 x 6 = 36 integer values.
You can define hundreds of dimensions in Apache OpenOffice Basic Arrays; however, the amount of available memory limits the number of dimensions you can have.

Shouldn't how to store and access entries in these also be described? --Ashawley 01:43, 27 February 2009 (UTC)

How to find array bounds

Something's badly missing here - how to find the bounds of an array. I assume this is in the language somewhere, but can't find it. As some methods return arrays, this is essential.

--Ptoye 15:34, 12 April 2009 (UTC)

ubound and lbound

--Anonymous Coward

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