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    declare varibale at run time

    can we declare variable at run time in vb.6

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    You can't, it is part of the program design. But why would you need to?
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    i am using csv file as database,i have to capture content of csv file and assign it to array ex:
    1,test,A,B,C,D
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    this is content in csv file..i wan to assign 1 to one array ,test to one array,A to another array,so on
    .one line in csv file may contain n no of items as it not fixed ex:
    1,test,A,B,C,D,E,F,AA,BB,CC...
    every time when i run i neeed to specify array for each item...
    so looking for best possible solution

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    Why are you assigning single values to separate arrays?

    Have you looked at ReDim?

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    If you assign one item per array, that isn't an array. An array does what you want implicitly.
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