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  • Inserting an element into an array
  • Adding an element into an advanced array property
  • Inserting an element into a list
  • Insertion of an array
  • Inserting a list
  • Use conditions
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Inserts an element at a given position:
  • into a one-dimensional array.
  • into an associative array.
  • into an advanced array property (array of gglCalendar events, etc.).
  • into a WLanguage list.
This function can also be used to concatenate two arrays or two lists.
Versions 16 and later
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available for Windows Phone applications.
New in version 16
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available for Windows Phone applications.
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available for Windows Phone applications.
Versions 18 and later
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Windows Store apps mode.
New in version 18
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Windows Store apps mode.
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Windows Store apps mode.
Versions 21 and later
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Universal Windows 10 App mode.
New in version 21
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Universal Windows 10 App mode.
Universal Windows 10 App This function is now available in Universal Windows 10 App mode.
Example
MonTableau est un tableau de 2 chaînes
MonTableau.Insère(1, "WINDEV")
MonTableau.Insère(2, "WEBDEV")
MonTableau.Insère(3, "WINDEV et WEBDEV")
// Afficher le contenu du 3° élément
Trace(MonTableau[3]) // Affiche "WINDEV et WEBDEV"
MonTableau est un tableau de 2 chaînes
MonTableau[1] = "WINDEV"
MonTableau[2] = "WEBDEV"
MonTableau.Insère(3, "WINDEV et WEBDEV")
// Afficher le contenu du 3° élément
Trace(MonTableau[3]) // Affiche "WINDEV et WEBDEV"
// Tableau associatif NOM - Prénom
taNomPrenom is associative array of strings
taNomPrenom.Insert("Moulin", "Françoise")
taNomPrenom.Insert("Montgomery", "Julie")
Syntax

Inserting an element into an array or into an advanced array property Hide the details

<WLanguage array>.Insert(<Insertion index> [, <Element value>])
<WLanguage array>: Array
Name of Array variable to use. This array must be a one-dimensional array.
<Insertion index>: Integer
Subscript where the element will be inserted into the array. From this subscript, all elements will be moved by 1 element.
If <Insertion Subscript> is equal to the number of array elements +1, the element is added at the end of the array (equivalent to <Array>.Add).
A WLanguage error occurs if <Insertion subscript> is greater than the number of elements in the array +1.
<Element value>: Any type, optional
Element that will be inserted into the specified array, at the given position. If this parameter is not specified, the array is enlarged with the default value of the type of the other array elements.

Inserting an element into an associative array Hide the details

<WLanguage array>.Insert(<Element key> , <Element value>)
<WLanguage array>: Array
Name of Array variable to use. This array must be a one-dimensional array.
<Element key>: Type of key in the associative array
Value of key for which the element will be inserted. In an associative array without duplicate, a WLanguage error occurs if the element already exists.
<Element value>: Any type
Element that must be added to the specified array.

Inserting an array into an array Hide the details

<WLanguage array>.Insert(<Insertion index> [, <Array to insert>])
<WLanguage array>: Array
Name of Array variable to use. This array must be a one-dimensional array.
<Insertion index>: Integer
Subscript where the element will be inserted into the array. From this subscript, all elements will be moved by 1 element.
If <Insertion Subscript> is equal to the number of array elements +1, the element is added at the end of the array (equivalent to <Array>.Add).
A WLanguage error occurs if <Insertion subscript> is greater than the number of elements in the array +1.
<Array to insert>: Optional array
Name of the Array variable to insert at the insertion subscript specified in <WLanguage array>.

Inserting an element into a list Hide the details

<WLanguage list>.Insert(<Insertion index> , <Element value>)
<WLanguage list>: List
Name of List variable to use.
<Insertion index>: Integer constant
Subscript where the element will be inserted into the list. The following constants can be used:
FirstElementThe element is inserted at the beginning of list.
LastElementThe element is inserted at the end of list.
BeforeCurrentElementThe element is inserted before the current element.
This constant is available when browsing the list elements only.
Caution: The element will be browsed by the next iteration if the loop is a descending loop.
AfterCurrentElementThe element is inserted after the current element.
This constant is available when browsing the list elements only.
Caution: The element will be browsed by the next iteration if the loop is an ascending loop.
<Element value>: Any type
Element that will be inserted into the list at the specified position.

Inserting a list into a list Hide the details

<WLanguage list>.Insert(<Insertion index> , <List to be inserted>)
<WLanguage list>: List
Name of List variable to use.
<Insertion index>: Integer constant
Subscript where the list will be inserted into the list. The following constants can be used:
FirstElementThe list is inserted at the beginning of <List name>.
LastElementThe list is inserted at the end of <List name>.
BeforeCurrentElementThe list is inserted before the current element.
This constant is available when browsing the list elements only.
AfterCurrentElementThe list is inserted after the current element.
This constant is available when browsing the list elements only.

<List to be inserted>: List
Name of the list to be inserted at the specified insertion subscript.
Remarks

Inserting an element into an array

When using the <Array>.Insert function:
  • the array is automatically enlarged to receive the new element.
  • the element is converted (if necessary) into the type of the other array elements.
When declaring an array of N elements, this array contains N empty elements. For example, the array declared below contains 3 empty strings.
MyArray is array of 3 strings
When inserting an element (<Array>.Insert), this element is automatically inserted among the elements already found in the array.
In our example, the array will contain 4 elements once the insertion is performed.

Adding an element into an advanced array property

When using the <Array>.Insert function:
  • the advanced variable must be created.
  • the advanced type must have an enumerator of modifiable collection type.
  • the advanced type is automatically enlarged to receive the new elements.
  • the element is initialized with the value passed in parameter. If no value is passed in parameter, the element is initialized with the default value of the type of the array elements.

Inserting an element into a list

When using the <Array>.Insert function:
  • the list is automatically enlarged to receive the new element.
  • the element is converted (if necessary) into the type of the other list elements.

Insertion of an array

When using the <Array>.Insert function:
  • the array is automatically resized to receive the new elements. The elements of <Name of array to insert> are added at the position specified in <Array name>.
  • the two arrays must have the same type.
  • the arrays must have the same dimension.
  • the values of array dimensions (except for the first one) must be identical.

Inserting a list

When using the <Array>.Insert function:
  • the list is automatically enlarged to receive the new elements. The elements of <Name of list to insert> are added at the specified position.
  • the two lists must have the same type.

Use conditions

This function can be used with the structures. In this case, you must:
  1. Declare a variable (same type as the structure).
  2. Initialize each member.
  3. Pass the structure variable in parameter to <Array>.Insert.
This function cannot be used on:
  • non-created arrays
  • les arrays fixes.

Various

  • To add an element at the end of an array to a dimension, use function <Array>.Add.
  • To add an element into a sorted array (while respecting the sort), use <Array>.AddSorted.
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