Fills a one- or two-dimensional array of the specified type with the character string in CSV format passed as parameter. The array is cleared before it is filled.
// One-dimensional array
sMyValues is string = "AT" + CR + "B" + CR + "C" + CR + "D" + CR + "D"
// Initial array
MyArray is array of 3 strings
MyArray = "Y"
MyArray = "X"
// The array contains: "A" , "B" , "C" , "D" , "D"
// Two-dimensional array
sMyValues is string = "AT" + TAB + "B" + CR + "C" +TAB + "D" + CR + "E" + TAB + "F"
// Initial array
MyArray is array of 2 by 3 strings
MyArray[1,1] = "Y"
MyArray[1,2] = "Z"
// The array contains: "A;B" , "C;D" , "E;F"
CSVToArray(<String> , <Array> [, <Column separator>])
<String>: Character string
Contains the different array elements.
For a one-dimensional array, the string will be cut according to the CR characters (Carriage Return).
For a two-dimensional array, the string will be cut according to the CR characters (Carriage Return), then according to the separator of columns. The elements will be added row by row. There will be as many rows as the number of CR characters found. Columns will be added if the maximum number of <Column separator> exceeds the number of columns in the array.
Each column must have a corresponding value for the row.
Caution: this parameter must contain no quotes.
<Array>: Array variable
Name of the one- or two-dimensional array where the elements found in the string must be added. This array must be allocated in a simple type or in a structure type.
<Column separator>: Optional character string
Separator used to separate the values of different columns. By default, the column separator used corresponds to "list separator" found in the regional settings of Windows.
- The dimension of the array will be modified if necessary: rows and columns may be added according to the values found in <String>.
- The structure arrays supported are the one-dimensional arrays only.
- The arrays containing UNICODE strings or variants are not supported.
- For the Duration type, the value must be given in thousands of a second. The value 0 is not valid. You must use "0000000000".
Business / UI classification: Neutral code