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AW: vrf Multi-dimensional arrays

Question asked by VRFuser on Feb 3, 2006
Perhaps i do misunderstand the whole thing- but:

Cant this be done by the use of records of arrays ?

You can enlarge them whenever you want, store them, and if you reload them you may choose only these things you need....



-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: David Watling []
Gesendet: Freitag, 3. Februar 2006 12:06
Betreff: RE: [vrf] Multi-dimensional arrays


My head hurts.


The code I am writing adds/deletes dimensions on the fly.  I can of course reduce dimension sizes on the fly, but I can't increase them.

The idea is to be able to store parameters for the various products, so that they can get loaded into the product from the file.  Thing is, each product has so many options and operating conditions, I don't know how many dimensions will be needed.  Ouch.  Anyway, everything else is done - just this last bit to do.


Possible dimensions:



Operating conditions

Calibration factors





From: Simon Parfitt []
Sent: 03 February 2006 10:56
To: David Watling; VRF
Subject: Re: [vrf] Multi-dimensional arrays


Just a quick question, how do you think your way around an array that big? I can manage 3 maybe 4....




----- Original Message -----

From: HYPERLINK ""David Watling


Sent: Friday, February 03, 2006 10:28 AM

Subject: [vrf] Multi-dimensional arrays


Hi fellow vrf-ers,

I wish to take a multi-dimensional int32 array (could be as high as 6 dimensions) and increase the size of any one of these dimensions, without losing the existing data.  Is there a tidy way of doing this?




David Watling



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