Return the smallest available subscript for an array dimension.

      LBound(arrayname[, dimension])

   arrayname    The name of the array variable

   dimension    The array dimension as a whole number
                1 for the first dimension, 2 for the second etc

The LBound function is used with the UBound Function to determine the size of an array. Use UBound to find the upper limit of an array dimension. The default lower bound for any dimension is always 0.


Dim Arr(5,10,12)
result = LBound(Arr, 1)
WScript.Echo result

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Related VBScript commands

Array(el1,el2,el3) - Add values to an Array variable.
Dim - Declare a new variable or array variable.
UBound - Return the largest subscript for an array dimension.
Equivalent in PowerShell: $arrDemo.getupperbound(0) or $arrDemo.length-1

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