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Topic Title: Setting Array dimension start point
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Created On: 11/22/2013 04:53 PM
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 11/22/2013 04:53 PM
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JamesLankford
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I'm not sure if the subject message accurately reflects what my question will be, but here goes -

I am creating a double-dimension array. For the sake of this question, I'll say the size is a 10x2. Typically the array boundary in this case would be like:

Typically the array boundary would be in this case, 0-9 x 0-1 (row/column).

However, I would like the boundary start/end to be like 1-10 x 1-2. Can this be done? If so, how?

Thanks,

James



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 11/23/2013 12:26 AM
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JeanDelfosse
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James,
AutoMate (versions 6 to 9) arrays (e.g. 10,2) are in fact arrays with dimensions
0,1,.....,10
0,1,2
you can use at will any of these positions. This differs from genuine VBA arrays(10,2) that would be 0-9, 0-1

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