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In this chapter, you learned how to store multiple pieces of information by means of ColdFusion lists, arrays, and structures. You saw that lists are strings that have a delimited format. ColdFusion uses the comma as the default delimiter, but you learned that you can change the delimiter to any other character of your choosing. You were also introduced to many of the CFML list functions that help to make list manipulations quite simple.

Next, you learned about ColdFusion arrays. You saw that arrays have a dimension (1, 2, or 3) that you must declare when you instantiate the arrays. After creating arrays, you learned that they also must be populated with data and that numerous CFML array functions will help you to do so.


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