> Use a string and split it into an array?
Yeah I had that thought too, but it would be tough to manipulate (add/edit) the data in each "cell" during runtime.
I'm working on an idea which prompts a related question: When I use System.CreateObject, how can I catch the newly created objects UID? My thought is in the Person.onCreate, I create and Array object, catch the UID and store that in the Person in an instance variable. Now I can keep an array of data for every Person instance and find it quickly.
This seems hacktastic but perhaps this is the only way: In Array.onCreate, store it's new UID in a global var. Now when I create the array in Person.onCreate, I can get the new Array.UID. Is there an easier/smarter way to do this?