StringArray Object

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A StringArray is used to hold and manipulate a set of strings. The StringArray has N elements, indexed by n = 0,1,2...N-1. The number of elements in a StringArray can be set when the StringArray is created using square brackets.  If the number of elements is not specified, the StringArray will have ten elements. StringArray indices are accessed using square brackets. This example shows how to create a StringArray with three elements and assign a value to the first element:


StringArray StringArray1[3];

StringArray1[0] = "Test";


You can assign StringArray objects using the = operator.


Inheritance Hierarchy: Object->StringArray


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Static Methods



See also

Parsing Arbitrary String Data