Dynamic array in VBA

We can easy resize the array declared in VBA. The trick is actually relocate the array to a bigger space. Suppose we need an array, we have to declare (dim) it with unknown size. It can be any variant (string, integer, etc…):

Dim MyArray() As String

We we need to add something new to this array, we re-declare (re-dim) it to a bigger size. The preserve is optional but needed to preserve data for the re-dimmed array.

ReDim Preserve MyArray(0 to 1) As String
MyArray(0) = "First One"
MyArray(1) = "Second One"

To make it general, we can build a function or class. To conclude, the ReDim syntax is:

ReDim [Preserve] ArrayName(Subscript) As DataType
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1 comment
  1. Ian said:

    It is very good and clear. THX~~~~

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