Group Array Functions
AAdd()
Enlarges an array by one element.
AAdd( <aArray>, <Expression>, [<nElement>] ) --> xValue
AChoice()
Displays and allows selection from a list box.
AChoice( <nTop>, <nLeft>, <nBottom>, <nRight>, <aItems>, [<alSelectable>], [<bcUserFunc>], [<nStartItem>], [<nStartRow> ] ) --> nElement
AClone()
Creates a complete copy of a single or multi-dimensional array().
AClone( <aArray> ) --> aClonedArray
ACopy()
Copies elements of an array into another array
ACopy( <aSource>, <aTarget>, [<nStartSource>], [<nCount>], [<nStartTarget>] ) --> aTarget
ADel()
Delete an element from an array.
ADel( <aArray>, <nElement> ) --> aSource
ADir()
Fills a set of arrays with information about a directory.
ADir( [<cFileSpec>], [<aFileName>], [<aFileSize>], [<aFileDate>], [<aFileTime>], [<aFileAttr>] ) --> nFileCount
AEval()
Executes a code block for each array element.
AEval( <aArray>, <bBlock>, [<nStart>], [<nCount>], [<lAssign>] ) --> aArray
AFields()
Fills a set of arrays with information about the fields in a work area.
AFields( [<aFieldName>], [<aFieldType>], [<aFieldLen>], [<aFieldDec>] ) --> nFieldCount
AFill()
Fills elements in an array with a single value.
AFill( <aArray>, [<Expression>], [<nStart>], [<nCount>] ) --> aArray
AIns()
Inserts an element into an array and optionally assigns a value to it.
AIns( <aArray>, <nElement> [,<Expression>] ) --> aArray
ARemove()
Removes one or more elements from an array.
ARemove( <aArray>, [<nStartPos>], [<nCount>] ) --> aRemoved
Array()
Creates an array with the specified dimensions.
Array( <nDimension1> [, <nDimensionX>...] ) --> aArray
AScan()
Searches an array for a specified value.
AScan( <aArray>, <bxSeekExpr>, [<nStart>], [<nCount>]) --> nElement
ASize()
Changes the number of elements in an array.
ASize( <aArray>, <nElements> ) --> aArray
ASort()
Sorts the elements of an array.
ASort( <aArray>, [<nStart>], [<nCount>], [<bOrder|lOrder>] ) --> aArray
ATail()
Retrieves the contents of the last element in an array.
ATail( <aArray> ) --> xValue
Len()
Determines the length of a character string or an array.
Len( <cString> | <aArray> ) --> nCount