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Think about what you're asking for. What does a time range from 1pm to 11pm mean? One item per hour? One item per minute? Per second? Every 30 seconds? ... The range operator ".." isn't smart enough to read your mind and isn't complicated enough to provide a way for you to tell it.

You'll have to build up your list by hand

In reply to Re: Decimal Array range by thargas
in thread Decimal Array range by packetstormer

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