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Wind, fire, all that kind of thing!
Dictionary-based data structures are quite handy in various situations. However, when the structures grow, they tend to become messy pretty fast. To deal with this issue I wrote a function
DumpData() to inspect a given variable and return a string representation of its data. It can be used either by copy/pasting the code or by importing the script.
DumpData() was inspired by Perl's
Data::Dumper module, although my little function is far less sophisticated. Just in case you were wondering.
Posted 14:15 [permalink]
Although VBScript does support arrays, their handling leaves a lot to be desired. To deal with the shortcomings of the built-in arrays (or rather, to avoid having to deal with them) I wrote
CArray, a wrapper class that provides operations like inserting, appending and removing elements, getting slices (sub-arrays), sorting, etc.
Posted 03:23 [permalink]