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Making double arrays

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How can I make an array like $i[0][0]

This will make a two dimensional array:

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$var = WinList()

Probably not the one you want, but as Valuater said, NEI...


...by the way, it's pronounced: "JIF"... Bob Berry --- inventor of the GIF format

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Ill be setting the arrays to the stuff I want, sorta like.

$var[1] = "hello"

$var[2] = "bye"

$var[1][1] = 1

$var[2][1] = 2

I have an array of values and im assigning 1 or 2 to it to dertermine yes or no.

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Ill be setting the arrays to the stuff I want, sorta like.

$var[1] = "hello"

$var[2] = "bye"

$var[1][1] = 1

$var[2][1] = 2

I have an array of values and im assigning 1 or 2 to it to dertermine yes or no.

That helps a little. Look in the help file under "dim". There are examples of arrays in there.

...by the way, it's pronounced: "JIF"... Bob Berry --- inventor of the GIF format

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One thing to note is that if you have a two-dimensional array, you can't do this:

$var[1] = "hello"
$var[2] = "bye"

since that's one-dimensional array talk. You can however do this:

$var[1][0] = "hello"

$var[2][0] = "bye"

$var[1][1] = 1

$var[2][1] = 2

You can also do this (note the numbering):

$var[0][0] = "hello"
$var[0][1] = "bye"

since arrays' elements start from zero.

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