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Here’s another example of using a loop to easily traverse an array. l = 0 To 3 Debug Names(x) Next x 44 Conditional Statements And Loops Because all array values are accessed using indices, and these indices always start from zero, ‘For’ loops are fantastic for performing operations on all the elements within an array using just a small amount of code. As you can see from the last example, it just takes three lines of code to echo all of the array’s element values to the Debug Output window, no matter what size the array.
This is used to compare the values of the expressions on the LHS and RHS. If the value of the expressions on the LHS and the RHS are both true then the result is true, otherwise the result is false. Or Logical OR. This is used to compare the values of the expressions on the LHS and RHS. If the value of the expression on the LHS or the RHS is true then the result is true, otherwise the result is false. Not Logical NOT. This is used to perform logical negation of a boolean value. In other words if an expression returns a true value, using the Not operator can invert this value to a false.
This priority is shown in the left hand column, the lowest number (1) means these operators are evaluated first while the higher the number means that these operators will be evaluated later. 34 Operators Operator Precedence Priority* Operators 1 ( 2 ~ 3 << >> 4 | & 5 * / 6 + - 7 > 8 And ) % ! >= < <= Or Not XOr * The operators at the top of this list are evaluated first. = <> Fig. 13 In this example: Debug 3 + 10 * 2 the multiplication operator is evaluated first before the addition operator because it has a greater priority even though it appears after the addition operator in this expression.
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