subscripts])] . .
Variant Type: Any
The name of the variable, following Visual Basic naming conventions.
Variant Type: Integer or Long
varname as an array
and optionally specifies the number and extent of array
Used in a script or in a class to declare a private variable and allocate the relevant storage space in memory.
visibility is limited to the script in which it’s created for
global variables and to the class in which it is declared for
class-level variables. Elsewhere, the
Private keyword generates an
varname follows standard VB
naming conventions. It must begin with an alphabetic character,
can’t contain embedded periods or spaces, can’t be the same as a
VBScript reserved word, must be shorter than 255 characters, and
must be unique within its scope.
You can override standard variable naming conventions by placing your variable name in brackets. This allows you to use reserved words or illegal characters in variable names. For example:
Private [me] Private [1Var] Private [2-Var]
subscripts argument has the
defines an array of 11 elements (an array whose lower bound is 0 and whose upper bound is 10). Similarly:
Private lngPrices(10, 10)
defines a two-dimensional array of eleven elements in each dimension.
Using the ...