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Someone asked an interesting question the other day: If VBScript will only allow zero for the lower boundary of arrays, why does it honour the LBound function? I gave the expected answers like “allows for less issues porting to VB, etc.”, but to be totally honest I don't know why. I don't suppose it matters, but it's the kind of thing that drives me batty....oy Posted on Thursday, June 8, 2006 12:46 PM | Back to top

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Isn't it because of older versions of BASIC which allowed the programmer to explicitly define the lower bound?
Left by Codesailor on Jun 12, 2006 4:46 PM

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