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  1. How do you perform a nested loop function with a multidimensional array from 2 lists. for i in list1 (open file) extract variable while open for i in list 2 (open file2) extract variable var1 + var2 = (search term) The list sizes will more than likely consist of different lengths. What is the best approach to accomplishing this method?
  2. ArrayWorkshop is what I like to think of as the 'Leibnitzian' approach to multidimensional arrays: formulaic beyond 3 dimensions. Most of the functions allow you to target the dimension in which you want processing to be done. It shouldn't take too long to figure out how this works after you've run some examples. _ArrayAttach treats multidimensional arrays as if they were lego bricks - any array can be attached regardless of bounds or dimensions. #include-once ; #INDEX# =====================================================================================================================
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