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    Arrays > Index Min Index 1 to Min Index 0 (Need some Tips please)

    well im developing a proejct where i work alot with raw bytes, and the Min index 0 and sometimes 1 its causing me lots of Headaches.

    so i decided to use only min index 0 no matter what so i started to transform all the functions that use min index 1 to min Index 0.

    and well i know it can be done with a simple redim etc etc but when i change the way the functions work with the min index and the max index cause the value that was supossed to be max index now would be max index + 1 or something lol i dont want to even think in that have all the day trying to make a methood to do it easy but failed.

    what methods do you use to solve this problem on a easy way?

    Thx in Advance Daniel G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alphadan View Post
    well im developing a proejct where i work alot with raw bytes, and the Min index 0 and sometimes 1 its causing me lots of Headaches
    This sounds perfectly normal to me.

    What kind of "headaches" is it causing?
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