What is Array?

With an array, you can use one name to refer to a set of variables. Using this method, you can register symbol variables of the same type all at once.

For instance, imagine drawers of a chest.

A "Chest" with an array size of 10 has 10 drawers from [0] to [9]. Each drawer is called Chest [0], Chest [1], ...., Chest [9]. Each of these drawers can be a data register on the PLC in this case. If 10 "Chest" memories are used, the array method calls the array size 10 with the symbol variable named "Chest".

You can specify arrays for bit variables, integer variables, float variables, and real variables. You can specify the array size up to 4096.

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