AFill()

 

AFILL()

Fill an array with a specified value

Syntax

      AFILL( <aArray>, <xValue>, [<nStart>], [<nCount>] ) --> aTarget

Arguments

<aArray> Name of array to be filled.

<xValue> Expression to be globally filled in <aArray>

<nStart> Subscript starting position

<nCount> Number of subscript to be filled

Returns

<aTarget> an array pointer.

Description

This function will fill each element of an array named <aArray> with the value <xValue>. If specified, <nStart> denotes the beginning element to be filled and the array elements will continue to be filled for <nCount> positions. If Not specified, the value of <nStart> will be 1, and the value of <nCount> will be the value of LEN(<aArray>); thus, all subscript positions in the array <aArray> will be filled with the value of <xValue>.

This function will work on only a single dimension of <aArray>. If there are array pointer references within a subscript <aArray>, those values will be lost, since this function will overwrite those values with new values.

Examples

      LOCAL aTest := { NIL, 0, 1, 2 }
      AFill( aTest, 5 )

Compliance

Clipper

Files

Library is vm

Seealso

AADD(), AEVAL(), DBSTRUCT(), DIRECTORY()

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