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Work with arrays.
Background Information
In Caché, the word array can refer to either of the following items:
Available Tools
%Collection.ArrayOfDT class
Defines the interface for an array property whose elements are literal values. That is, each array item has a key and a literal value.
For an introduction, see Working with Collections in Using Caché Objects.
Availability: All namespaces.
%Collection.ArrayOfObj class
Defines the interface for an array property whose elements are objects. That is, each array item has a key and an object value.
For an introduction, see Working with Collections in Using Caché Objects.
Availability: All namespaces.
%ArrayOfDataTypes class
Defines a stand-alone object that represents an array of literal values. Each array item has a key and a literal value.
Availability: All namespaces.
%ArrayOfObjects class
Defines a stand-alone object that represents an array of objects. Each array item has a key and an object value.
Availability: All namespaces.
%ArrayOfObjectsWithClassName class
A version of the %ArrayOfObjects collection class that stores class names in OIDs. These classes can be used stand alone to store a collection.
For details, see the class reference for %ArrayOfObjectsWithClassName.
Availability: All namespaces.