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Test the effect of the Option Base statement: declare that arrays are 1-based
 
Option Base 1
     Sub Array1()
         Dim aiData(10As Integer
         Dim As Integer
         For i = LBound(aiDataTo UBound(aiData)
             aiData(i= i
         Next i
         Debug.Print "Lower Bound = " & LBound(aiData)
         Debug.Print "Upper Bound = " & UBound(aiData)
         Debug.Print "Num Elements = " & WorksheetFunction.Count(aiData)
         Debug.Print "Sum Elements = " & WorksheetFunction.Sum(aiData)
     End Sub

 
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