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[JASS] takes integer array

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Level 16
Oct 12, 2008
Hello people,,

I have heard about a function taking an array is impossible,,
But with some new type, it would be,
Now how would i properly use it? I have got type integerarray extends integer array [10]

How can i convert an 'integer array' to an 'integerarray' ? And vice versa.

Or is this not possible?


Level 6
Oct 4, 2008
however, you could create a struct type with an integer array member.

struct intarray
integer array[XYZ] i
An example:

type intarr extends integer array [10] // create a dynamic array with a maximum of 10 array slots

function GetArrayIndex takes intarr arr, integer i returns integer
    return intarr[i]
As you should be able to see from that, dynamic arrays behave exactly the same as normal arrays except they have a limit (the number in brackets when you declare it). Oh, and they have to be created like structs before you can use them. Like this:
local intarr arr = intarr.create() //create an instance of intarr
//do stuff
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