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Graphical Techniques in QB
How to calculate the size of a graphic array
Posted: 2 Mar 03
Let's face it, arrays take up a lot of memory, and kilobytes, but if you want a decent program, then you need to use graphics. To make decent graphic animations, you need arrays. So how can you calculate the size of the array? It is quite simple: arraysize = (xlength*ylength)-1.
So if your graphic is five pixels by five pixels, then your array needs to be 24 in length: array(24).
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