Invalid Qualifier in very basic VBA matrix code

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    Hi everyone,

    I'm new and very glad to be here. I've been having an issue with a super small part of my code, that goes like this:

    I want to take an array of (n,1) and multiply it by m, then add a new row at the end of it with the number 3.

    Everytime I want to run the code, I get an error telling me invalid qualifier, highlighting 'mat'.

    Here is the code in text format if ever the picture doesn't work:

    Thank you so much for any help, it's greatly appreciated!

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  • Thank you royUK, sorry for the mistake, i'll read the rules and be careful next time!

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