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Hi Jocke,

Supposing that you are using, and not knowing the rest of the code in the function, the error might not point to the objects in your array.

Generally speaking a function will work like so:
Private Function MyStringAlittleShorter(ByVal MyInputString As String, Byval Divider as integer) As String
Return MyInputString.Substring(1, MyInputString.Length / Divider)
End Function

...because I am returning the same type as I declared my function to be (even though one of the Byvals is of a different type).

Now your Byval is an array of type Object, which means that it can contain elements of different types. If you are also trying to return an array, and your function is declared boolean, you would get a type mismatch error. I.e. declare the function to be an array of type object, or perform the logic inside the function, and return a boolean.

Maybe that is the case ?

As for your second question: if the array is of type Object, than you should be able to add new elements of any type. You might get Index out of bounds errors ofcourse.

Hope it helps,


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