Mike, On 7/7/05, Mike D. Johnson <mdjohnson at bcbe.org> wrote: > I don't understand what you've recommended but I certainly appreciate > your willingness to help. Let me try to explain my problem better... > > Here is what I have: > > ds is an array that has the start and end dates of a reservation: > > reservationStartDate | reservationEndDate > 7/1/2005 | 7/3/2005 > 7/6/2005 | 7/6/2005 > > What I need is to create a second array (named allDays) that looks like > this: > > 7/1/2005 > 7/2/2005 > 7/3/2005 > 7/6/2005 > > It needs to include all reservationStartDates, all reservationEndDates > and all of the days in between those where applicable My point was that I don't understand why you would want to do this. It is a waste of space, because the ranges already provide exactly this information. It seems like you are doing it in an attempt to make some other part of your programming simpler, but I think this is ill-advised. Anyway, if you want something like this, here's some pseudo code: foreach reservation in ds dBeginRange = reservation dEndRange = reservation dRanger = dBeginRange while dRanger <= dEndRange allDays[i] = dRanger add 1 day to dRanger add 1 to i end while end foreach The difficult part will be dealing with i, which is why that part is not included. This is especially difficult because you are dealing with VBScript, where you will have to determine the size of the allDays array based on the size of the ranges when you create the array (or else keep ReDim'ing it, which is a performance hog). You might want to take another look at my original reply. If you need help figuring out what it's doing, I can try to put it in more VBScript-like pseudo code. -- Matt Warden Miami University Oxford, OH, USA http://mattwarden.com This email proudly and graciously contributes to entropy.