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Arrays and Types

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by HSalim[MVP], Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. HSalim[MVP]

    HSalim[MVP]
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    Hi,
    The help files in Access VBA for Type Statement say
    -----------

    User-defined types are often used with data records, which frequently
    consist of a number of related elements of different data types.

    The following example shows the use of fixed-size arrays in a user-defined
    type:

    Type StateData
    CityCode (1 To 100) As Integer ' Declare a static array.
    County As String * 30
    End Type

    Dim Washington(1 To 100) As StateData
    In the preceding example, StateData includes the CityCode static array, and
    the record Washington has the same structure as StateData.

    When you declare a fixed-size array within a user-defined type, its
    dimensions must be declared with numeric literals or constants rather than
    variables.

    -------------
    I Get an error: "can't assign to array" when I try this.

    Public Type xx
    xid(0 To 10) As Integer
    xname As String * 30
    xvalue As String * 255
    End Type

    Public Sub TestLevels()
    Dim levels(0 To 10) As xx
    levels.xid(1) = 1
    End Sub

    How can I use this?
    Thanks for any help/advice.
    Regards
    Habib
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  3. [MVP] S.Clark

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    Maybe:

    Public Sub TestLevels()
    Dim levels(0 To 10) As xx
    levels(n).xid(1) = 1
    End Sub

    Where n=0 to 10??

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    "HSalim[MVP]" <HSalim@msn.com> wrote in message
    news:uQfmsTycGHA.1324@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
    > Hi,
    > The help files in Access VBA for Type Statement say
    > -----------
    >
    > User-defined types are often used with data records, which frequently
    > consist of a number of related elements of different data types.
    >
    > The following example shows the use of fixed-size arrays in a user-defined
    > type:
    >
    > Type StateData
    > CityCode (1 To 100) As Integer ' Declare a static array.
    > County As String * 30
    > End Type
    >
    > Dim Washington(1 To 100) As StateData
    > In the preceding example, StateData includes the CityCode static array,
    > and the record Washington has the same structure as StateData.
    >
    > When you declare a fixed-size array within a user-defined type, its
    > dimensions must be declared with numeric literals or constants rather than
    > variables.
    >
    > -------------
    > I Get an error: "can't assign to array" when I try this.
    >
    > Public Type xx
    > xid(0 To 10) As Integer
    > xname As String * 30
    > xvalue As String * 255
    > End Type
    >
    > Public Sub TestLevels()
    > Dim levels(0 To 10) As xx
    > levels.xid(1) = 1
    > End Sub
    >
    > How can I use this?
    > Thanks for any help/advice.
    > Regards
    > Habib
    > --
    > www.DynExtra.com
    > A resource for the Microsoft Dynamics Community
    > Featuring FAQs, File Exchange and more
    > Current member count: 21
    >
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  4. HSalim[MVP]

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    thanks Steve!
    I could have sworn i tried that but obviously i did not.
    Regards
    Habib

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    "[MVP] S.Clark" <steve.clark_NOSPAM@FMSInc.com> wrote in message
    news:%23pWTZRzcGHA.1264@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
    > Maybe:
    >
    > Public Sub TestLevels()
    > Dim levels(0 To 10) As xx
    > levels(n).xid(1) = 1
    > End Sub
    >
    > Where n=0 to 10??
    >
    > --
    > Steve Clark, Access MVP
    > FMS, Inc
    > http://www.fmsinc.com/consulting
    > Professional Access Database Repair
    > *FREE* Access Tips: http://www.fmsinc.com/free/tips.html
    >
    > "HSalim[MVP]" <HSalim@msn.com> wrote in message
    > news:uQfmsTycGHA.1324@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
    >> Hi,
    >> The help files in Access VBA for Type Statement say
    >> -----------
    >>
    >> User-defined types are often used with data records, which frequently
    >> consist of a number of related elements of different data types.
    >>
    >> The following example shows the use of fixed-size arrays in a
    >> user-defined type:
    >>
    >> Type StateData
    >> CityCode (1 To 100) As Integer ' Declare a static array.
    >> County As String * 30
    >> End Type
    >>
    >> Dim Washington(1 To 100) As StateData
    >> In the preceding example, StateData includes the CityCode static array,
    >> and the record Washington has the same structure as StateData.
    >>
    >> When you declare a fixed-size array within a user-defined type, its
    >> dimensions must be declared with numeric literals or constants rather
    >> than variables.
    >>
    >> -------------
    >> I Get an error: "can't assign to array" when I try this.
    >>
    >> Public Type xx
    >> xid(0 To 10) As Integer
    >> xname As String * 30
    >> xvalue As String * 255
    >> End Type
    >>
    >> Public Sub TestLevels()
    >> Dim levels(0 To 10) As xx
    >> levels.xid(1) = 1
    >> End Sub
    >>
    >> How can I use this?
    >> Thanks for any help/advice.
    >> Regards
    >> Habib
    >> --
    >> www.DynExtra.com
    >> A resource for the Microsoft Dynamics Community
    >> Featuring FAQs, File Exchange and more
    >> Current member count: 21
    >>
    >> --------------------------------------------
    >>
    >> Share your knowledge. Add your favorite questions and answers
    >>
    >>
    >> Help add questions to this site! We want Your input.
    >>

    >
    >
     
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