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VBA - advanced videos | Excel VBA Part 25 - Arrays
Posted by Andrew Gould on 12 March 2014
An array is a lot like a variable, only with an array you can store more than one value under the same variable name. This video explains how to work with arrays in VBA, including how to declare basic, fixed-size arrays, populate and read from an array and how to detect the lower and upper bounds of an array. The second half of the video demonstrates more sophisticated arrays including dynamic arrays and multi-dimensional arrays, as well as covering some techniques for speeding up calculations by using arrays. You'll also see how to resize arrays dynamically, and how to transpose an array.
This video has the following accompanying files:
|Top Movies 2012.xlsm||Excel workbook with macros||The source data|
Click to download a zipped copy of the above files.
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Dear Sir ,
Thank you for your prompt reply.
Okay , i just pause the video , take a screen shot of it, print that screen shot & start practice.
Again Thank you for your kind & marvelous effort to prepare this tutorial videos.
Please add your demonstrated code in video Excel VBA Part 25 -Arrays
so we can practice on it.
Want to say Many Thanks for your supper teaching tequniques .
I'm sorry but I don't have a copy of the code any longer. The original idea of these videos was that people would follow along and write the code as they watch the video.
I did find a copy of the list of films so that you have the original source data to work with. That file is now available to download from the Files tab.
I hope it helps!