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Remove All Arrays

Discussion in 'Triggers & Scripts' started by FeelsGoodMan, Sep 28, 2019.

  1. FeelsGoodMan

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    How can I remove all stored information in an array?

    Let's say I have 300 special effects saved in an array. How can I remove all of them without having to make 300 separate lines that removes them one by one?
     
  2. IcemanBo

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  3. FeelsGoodMan

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    Thanks, I don't know why but I have read that tutorial before and didn't manage to figure it out but now I figured it out easily.
     
  4. Dr Super Good

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    The answer depends on how you store the effects in the array. If they are sequential and you know the start and end index values it is as easy as a loop. However if they form some other more complex data structure you would need to iterate your complex data structure.