`ObjectReferenceTable`

A table (2 dimensional list) of ObjectReference items.

## Usage locations

The ObjectReferenceTable object can be accessed from the following locations:

- Properties
- AnisotropicDielectric object has property DiagonalTensor.
- AnisotropicDielectric object has property FullTensor.

## Method List

- AddColumn ()
- Appends a new column to the table.
- AddRow ()
- Appends a new row to the table.
- ColumnCount ()
- Returns the number columns in the table. (Returns a number object.)
- Get (
`rowIndex`number,`columnIndex`number) - Returns the item at the given row and column indices. Indexing starts at 1. (Returns a ObjectReference object.)
- RowCount ()
- Returns the number of rows in the table. (Returns a number object.)
- Set (
`rowIndex`number,`columnIndex`number,`value`ObjectReference) - Set item at the given row and column indices. Indexing starts at 1.
- SetDimensions (
`rowCount`number,`columnCount`number) - Sets the number of rows and columns in the table.

## Method Details

- AddColumn ()
- Appends a new column to the table.
- AddRow ()
- Appends a new row to the table.
- ColumnCount ()
- Returns the number columns in the table.
- Return
- number
- The number of columns in the table.

- Get (
`rowIndex`number,`columnIndex`number) - Returns the item at the given row and column indices. Indexing starts at 1.
- Input Parameters
- Return
- ObjectReference
- The ObjectReference at the given indices.

- RowCount ()
- Returns the number of rows in the table.
- Return
- number
- The number of rows in the table.

- Set (
`rowIndex`number,`columnIndex`number,`value`ObjectReference) - Set item at the given row and column indices. Indexing starts at 1.
- Input Parameters
`rowIndex`(number)- The row index of the item to return.
`columnIndex`(number)- The column index of the item to return.
`value`(ObjectReference)- The ObjectReference item to be assigned to the table at the given indices.

- SetDimensions (
`rowCount`number,`columnCount`number) - Sets the number of rows and columns in the table.