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You create an array using the same procedure you use to define a variable. Use a Dim, a Private, a Public, or a Static statement followed by the array name and the date type that is to be stored in the array. The only difference between creating an array and creating a variable is that you must define at least an upper boundary in the array declaration. (You can also specify a lower boundary, as you ll see shortly.) To create a string array that could hold the names of the 12 months, for example, you would use the following statement:
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Dim strMonths(11) as String
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Remember, unless specified otherwise, arrays start with a default lower boundary of 0. Therefore, to hold the twelve months, you set an upper boundary of 11 (0 to 11 provides you with twelve elements). If you had included the Option Base 1 statement in the declarations section then you could declare the array like this:
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Dim strMonths(12) as String
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Besides using the Option Base statement, you can also set the lower boundary of an array to a value other than 0 or 1 by explicitly declaring it when you create the array using a To clause. For example, if you wanted to declare an array that included only the three months of sum mer, you could use the following statement:
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Dim strSummerMonths(6 To 8) as String
All the arrays we have talked about so far have been simple, single-dimensional arrays. You can also create multidimensional arrays with up to 60 dimensions, although you will proba bly never find a reason to use more than 3 or 4 dimensions. To declare a multidimensional array, you separate the boundaries of each dimension by com mas. A two-dimensional array that could hold a value for each month over 10 years could be declared with the following statement:
Dim intDecadeArray(9, 11) as Integer
Visualizing multidimensional arrays might seem daunting, but some could be straightfor ward. For example, one use of a two-dimensional array would be as a table, where the first dimension represents the rows of the table while the second dimension represents the col umns, much like the appearance of a worksheet in Excel. Expanding to a third dimension is not much harder. Continuing with the table or worksheet example, you could use a third dimension to keep track of multiple tables or worksheets. For example, if a garden supply store were open sixteen hours a day, you could create an array such as the following:
Dim curHourlySales(12, 31, 16) as Currency
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Creating Dynamic Arrays
The preceding examples of declaring arrays are all fixed arrays, meaning that each array has a set size that can t be changed. Dynamic arrays have the ability to increase in size as needed. This expansion doesn t happen automatically; rather, you make it happen with commands you add to your procedures. To declare a dynamic array, you omit the boundary from the declaration statement. If you wanted to create a test dynamic array, you could use the following statement:
Dim intTestArray() as Integer.
Before using a dynamic array, you do need to set the number of elements it will contain by using the ReDim statement. ReDim lets you reset, or redimension, an array to the number of elements that are needed. The ReDim statement requires only the name of the array and the number of elements that it can now contain, as in the following command:
ReDim intTestArray(365)
The ReDim statement reinitializes the array, which causes the array to lose all data that is con tained within its elements. To increase the number of elements an array can hold without los ing the data it contains, you need to add the Preserve keyword to the command, as in the following example:
ReDim Preserve intTestArray(730)
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