Given a maximum string size (including the null terminator), returns the number of cells required to fit that string.
Clears an array of all entries. This is the same as ResizeArray(0).
Clones an array, returning a new handle with the same size and data. This should NOT be confused with CloneHandle. This is a completely new handle with the same data but no relation to the original. You MUST close it.
Creates a dynamic global cell array. While slower than a normal array, it can be used globally AND dynamically, which is otherwise impossible.
Returns the index for the first occurrence of the provided string. If the string cannot be located, -1 will be returned.
Returns the index for the first occurrence of the provided value. If the value cannot be located, -1 will be returned.
Retrieves an array of cells from an array.
Returns the blocksize the array was created with.
Retrieves a cell value from an array.
Returns the array size.
Retrieves a string value from an array.
Pushes an array of cells onto the end of an array. The cells are pushed as a block (i.e. the entire array sits at the index), rather than pushing each cell individually.
Pushes a value onto the end of an array, adding a new index.
Pushes a string onto the end of an array, truncating it if it is too big.
Removes an array index, shifting the entire array down from that position on. For example, if item 8 of 10 is removed, the last 3 items will then be (6,7,8) instead of (7,8,9), and all indexes before 8 will remain unchanged.
Resizes an array. If the size is smaller than the current size, the array is truncated. If the size is larger than the current size, the data at the additional indexes will not be initialized.
Sets an array of cells in an array.
Sets a cell value in an array.
Sets a string value in an array.
Shifts an array up. All array contents after and including the given index are shifted up by one, and the given index is then "free." After shifting, the contents of the given index is undefined.
Swaps two items in the array.