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VBA / Excel / Access / Word » Data Type » Array 
Function Parameter type: Array
 
 
Function myFunction(ParamArray myNumbers() As Variant)
    Dim mySum As Single
    Dim myValue As Variant

    For Each myValue In myNumbers
        mySum = mySum + myValue
    Next
    myFunction = mySum
End Function


Sub arrayPara()
  MsgBox myFunction(123)
End Sub

 
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