Posts tagged StructEach
NOTE: The ArrayEach() and StructEach() functions act on the original array/struct. Therefore, if you make changes to the array/struct within these functions (as in the ArrayEach() example below), the original array/struct will be affected (thanks Andy!).
So, for example, let’s say you have an array of friends’ names, and you want to make the list all uppercase. Pre-CF10, you might approach this by looping over the array, and executing a function at each iteration. Fine, easy enough, and it works. However, with ArrayEach(), you can ditch the clunkiness of the for-loop, and keep everything self-contained to the array. And, you can execute either an “inline” function, or More >