set

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Description

Description:
Changes the element at the given (zero-based) index of the array.
If the index is out of bounds, the array will resize to incorporate the index as its last value, padding with nil as necessary. See Example 4.

Syntax

Syntax:
array set [index, value]
Parameters:
array: Array
[index, value]: Array
index: Number
value: Anything
Return Value:
Nothing

Alternative Syntax

Syntax:
hashMap set [key, value]
Parameters:
hashMap : HashMap
key: HashMapKey
value: Anything
Return Value:
Boolean - false if the key is new to the hashmap, true if a value got overwritten

Examples

Example 1:
_arrayOne set [0, "Hello"];
Example 2:
Append "Bye" as last element to _arrayTwo:
_arrayTwo set [count _arrayTwo, "Bye"];
Example 3:
Replace the last element of _arrayThree with 23:
_arrayThree set [(count _arrayThree) - 1, 23];
Example 4:
Using set with an index that is out of bounds:
_array = ["A"]; _array set [2, "C"]; // _array is now ["A", nil, "C"] _array set [1, "B"]; // _array is now ["A", "B", "C"]

Additional Information

See also:
Arrayplus aa plus ba - bresizereverseselectinfindfindIftoArraytoStringforEachcountpushBackpushBackUniqueapplydeleteAtdeleteRangeappendsortparamparamsarrayIntersectsplitStringjoinString
Groups:
ArraysHashMap

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