From: tutiplain via DotNetMonster.com on 5 Sep 2009 13:10
Thanks for the tips, guys. I will keep them in mind for the future.
Armin Zingler wrote:
>tutiplain via DotNetMonster.com schrieb:
>> Dim Ar(7) makes an array of 0 to 8.
>In addition to Mike:
>In previous VB verions you were able to specify the lower and upper
>bound of the array, e.g.
> Dim bla(-17 To 95)
>so you were able to access
>The lower bound was optional, so
> Dim bla(95)
>was equal to
> Dim bla(0 To 95)
>(unless the default lower bound had been changed to 1 by writing
>"Option Base 1").
>Therefore, the number inside the braces is still the upper bound - I
>probably would have made 1001 mistakes if this would have been changed -
>and with 0-based arrays the length is naturally upper bound + 1.
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