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A list box will not display the array if the first element of the arraycontains a null string.
For example, the following macro will display an empty list box:
Sub Main Dim MyArray$(3) For x = 0 to 3 MyArray$(x) = str$(x) next x ' Set the first element to a null string MyArray$(0) = "" Begin Dialog UserDialog 320, 180, "Microsoft Word" OKButton 6, 8, 65, 20 ListBox 6, 39, 167, 123, MyArray$(), .ListBox1 End Dialog Dim MyDialog as UserDialog Dialog MyDialog End Sub
Change the first element to contain one of the items from the array.
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