Automatic addressing

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Arrays usually are addressed automatically. Thereby only the net address, the start offset, the datablock (optional) and the bit number (optional) are defined for the array variable. Nothing has to be defined for the single array elements. Calculating the addresses is done automatically.

If arrays should be addressed manually, the option Automatic addressing has to be deactivated either on creating the array or later on in the properties window.

If the data type of an array, the driver object type, the driver or the array dimension is changed, the addresses are re-calculated.