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The in built LBOUND function returns always the lowest index
of an array.or LBOUND of an array is always 0(Zero), My question is if LBOuND of an array is always ZERO,Why we need to use LBOUND built-in function while iterating an array..
It's from an earlier version of VBScript:
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"The LBound function returns the lower limit for the elements in an array.
By default, in the current versions of VBScript, the LBound function always returns a zero"
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you are correct Mark,
is there any chances of getting lower limit for the elements in an array as 1,
any updates from any one...