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Programming with Arrays

  • Harold Davis

Abstract

An array is a series of variables with the same name. Individual values, also called elements, in the series are accessed using an index. You can think of an array as a table with a column. The column contains cells, and in each cell is a value. You can save data to a cell, or retrieve data from the cell, using the row number (or index) in the table.

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Length Property Text String Sort Method Push Button Sparse Array 
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© Harold Davis 2004

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