Re: QFileStream of multidimensional arrays
- View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Bruno Schaefer" <bup.schaefer@p...> wrote:
> DIM A(1 TO 100,1 TO 100)AS LONGIMHO you should specify array SIZE instead of dimensions, like this:
> DIM File AS QFileStream
> For I = 1 TO 100
> FOR J = 1 TO 100
> A(I,J) = I + J
> NEXT J
> NEXT I
> File.Open("array.txt", fmCreate)
> File.SaveArray (A(1,1), 100,100) '???
> This does not work ! Why? What is wrong?
File.SaveArray(A(1,1), 100*100) 'works
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On Sun, 1 Oct 2000, Bruno Schaefer wrote:
Tried making a single-dimension array with its element being a User Defined
Type? If you need to to matrix math, then this could make coding more
cumbersome, but otherwise maybe not make too much of a difference...
>This is a question about the usage of QFileStream with
>It works fine with single dimensional arrays:
>But if you want to do the similar with a twodimensional array, e.g.:
>This does not work ! Why? What is wrong?
>In Williams docs I can find the description of singledimensional
>Many thanks for an answer !
> Bruno Schäfer
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