One thing I really love about this blog is that it's a wonderful learning experience. I think too many of us rely on things like “manuals,“ “books,“ and even “best practices“ to guide our programming and software development. For example, if I was developing an application in Visual Basic 6 and needed to resize an array, I would just ReDim it. I'll even go so far as to say that I couldn't think of a different way to handle that situation. But not Matt Hawley's colleague. I think he's just born to think out of the box.

'Check if we need to increase the array sizes
If recs > 475 Then
  Print recs
  MsgBox "Call I.S. to increase your array sizes!", vbOkOnly, "Too many warehouses"
  End
End If