As the title states, is there a way to prevent extra elements from showing up in VBA dynamic arrays when they are non-zero based?
For example, when using code similar to the following:
While Cells(ndx, 1).Value <> vbNullString
ReDim Preserve data(1 To (UBound(data) + 1))
ndx = ndx + 1
You have an extra empty array element at the end of processing. While this can be eliminated with the following:
ReDim Preserve data(1 To (UBound(data) - 1))
This doesn't seem like the best way of resolving this problem.
As such, is there a way to prevent that extra element from being created in the first place? Preferably something that doesn't require additional logic inside of the loop.
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