Jagged arrays are one of the lesser known data structures in VBA. In some cases, it may be a viable an alternative to a traditional 2D multi-dimensional array. Today’s post will present three different approaches to implementing jagged arrays in your VBA project.
Today’s post introduces a Google-like search, with search-as-you-type suggestions. While it’s possible to run basic searches with VLOOKUP and other techniques, this VBA approach can provide immediate search suggestions or recommendations for the user.
The bubble sort is a commonly used technique for sorting simple arrays and collections. It can also be used to sort through other common VBA data structures, such as two-dimensional arrays, collections of custom objects, and dictionaries.
Building upon the one-dimensional array tutorial, multi-dimensional arrays provide an opportunity to easily create or transfer large tables of data. In many instances, thousands of data points can be created with a few simple lines of code. Note: multi-dimensional arrays can be inefficient and difficult to manage for complex sets …