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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Beginner
Jul 7, 1997

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Global Arrays

Question:
I have a simple 2 form program with an array spanning both forms (i.e.MyArray(0),..MyArray(3) are on form 1 and MyArray(4),..MyArray(6) are on form 2). How can I declare MyArray as Global? I tried putting "Global MyArray(0 To 6) As Integer" in a "Global" module, but when I try to access "MyArray(4)" in "form1", " load", I get that my array is out of bounds. What am I doing wrong? Thanks in advance!!

Answer:
If you want to use an array in more than one form, declare it in a code module. Don't redeclare it in the form...that is probably the error you are getting. Add it to the declarations section of the code module and it will be available throughout your application.

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