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vrf Index of Array

Question asked by daras Employee on Oct 27, 2003
Latest reply on Oct 27, 2003 by daras
Hi Reza,

Could you clarify your question?  Are you trying to store variables of
different types in an array or do you have a number of variables of the
same type (ex. Int32, or real64)?  If you have a number of variables of
differing types such as strings, integers and reals, that are somehow
related you can put them together in a record, where each variable
becomes a field in that record and can be accessed (set or get), using
the dot notation.  For example if you have a record variable named
"MyRec" and you have field of type text in that record named "path", you
can access it in a formula object in the following way:

MyRec.path = "C:\temp";
Or
A = MyRec.path

Let me know if this answers your question.

Regards,

Dara Sariaslani

Measurement Architect
Component Test Division
Agilent Technologies

-----Original Message-----
From: Reza Saleh (Ext-User /Bochum)
[mailto:resaleh@bomail.europe.nokia.com]
Sent: Monday, October 27, 2003 12:18 AM
Subject: Index of Array


Hi All
Is it possible to keep data in an array by assigning particular index?
for example from a set of variable , variable X will be always kept in
the index number Y in the array(where the array has say for 10 indexes).
And when required is it possible to ask the value of index Y and read it
from the array?. If possible then can any body tell me how to realize it
in VEE. Would be great full.

Reza

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