When a series of values are stored in a single variable, then it is known as an array variable.
Arrays are declared the same way a variable has been declared except that the declaration of an array variable uses parenthesis. In the following example, the size of the array is mentioned in the brackets.
'Method 1 : Using Dim Dim arr1() 'Without Size 'Method 2 : Mentioning the Size Dim arr2(5) 'Declared with size of 5 'Method 3 : using 'Array' Parameter Dim arr3 arr3 = Array("apple","Orange","Grapes")
- Although, the array size is indicated as 5, it can hold 6 values as array index starts from ZERO.
- Array Index cannot be negative.
- VBScript Arrays can store any type of variable in an array. Hence, an array can store an integer, string, or characters in a single array variable.