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Deleting an element from a WLanguage array or from an advanced array property Hide the details
Number of deleted elements (always corresponds to 1).
Name of the Array variable to use. This array must be a one-dimensional array.
Index of the element to be deleted. A WLanguage error occurs if this parameter is greater than the number of array elements. The following constants can be used:CurrentElementThe current element is deleted. This constant is used to delete the current element during a FOR EACH browse.This constant is only available for associative arrays.FirstElementThe first array element is deleted.
Deleting an element from an associative array Hide the details
Number of deleted elements:1 or 0 for the associative arrays without duplicates.0 to N for the associative arrays with duplicates.
Name of Associative Array variable to use.
Value of key corresponding to the element to delete.In an associative array without duplicate: If the element exists, it is deleted ; if the element does not exist, no operation is performed.In an associative array with duplicates: If the element exists, all the <Element Key> elements are deleted ; if the element does not exist, no operation is performed.This parameter can also correspond to the CurrentElement constant. This syntax is used to delete the current element during a FOR EACH browse.
Deleting an element from a list Hide the details
Number of deleted elements (1 for the lists).
Name of List variable to use.
Index of the list where the element will be deleted. The following constants can be used: CurrentElementThe current element is deleted. For a list, this constant is available when browsing the list elements (during a FOR EACH browse).FirstElementThe first element found in the list is deleted.LastElementThe last element found in the list is deleted.
Deleting the last element
Last update: 05/26/2022
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