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Array item selection

Matt Hall
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Joined: Feb 28, 2006
Posts: 24
I want to select members of an array that lie between certain values.

i.e. i have the array

DHand1[0] = 3;
DHand1[1] = 4;
DHand1[2] = 15;
DHand1[3] = 18;
DHand1[4] = 25;
DHand1[5] = 30;
DHand1[6] = 31;
DHand1[7] = 35;
DHand1[8] = 37;
DHand1[9] = 39;
DHand1[10] = 42;
DHand1[11] = 45;
DHand1[12] = 51;
Matt Hall
Greenhorn

Joined: Feb 28, 2006
Posts: 24
Ignore this, was an accidental post, the other thread of the same name contains my full question. Admin, feel free to delete this thread.
Stephen Foy
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Joined: Oct 17, 2005
Posts: 143
if you want to select certain members of an array with certain values, you should go through a for loop.



Hope this helps.


Stephen Foy - Microsoft Application Development Consultant
 
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