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  ASP Array Scripts and Code Snippets

  • Simple hangman-pascalsource

  • Random Array

  • Selection Sort Function

  • RevArray Function - Reverse the order of an array

  • RemDups Function - Remove Duplicate values from an array

  • HasDups Function (ndicates if an array contains duplicate values)

  • ExchangeSort Function

  • CombSort Function

  • Arrays to store data

  • Array Count
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