Function Array() Foundation
Creates an array with the specified dimensions.
Array( <nDimension1> [, <nDimensionX>...] ) --> aArray
The return value of Array() is an array which has the specified number of elements per dimension. All array elements contain the value NIL.
The array function Array() creates an array which contains the value NIL in all elements (except for Array(0) which creates an empty array which has no elements). If the argument <nDimensionX> is included, an array with <nDimensionX> elements is assigned to each array element of the dimension <nDimension1>. These arrays also have the value NIL in all elements.
In Xbase++ neither the number of dimensions nor the number of elements per array is limited.
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