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How can I change an inner loop's For variable during an outer loop?

Here is the code I have. The first loop is supposed to change the For variable of the second loop before starting the second pass, but it isn't working.

#include <Array.au3>
 Opt("MustDeclareVars", 1)
 Global $array[50][11] = [["11","09","04","10","01","06","02","03","07","05","08"],["0","9","7","9","2","8","5","5","8","7","8"]]
 Local $iRow = 2, $index
 For $i1 = 1 To 2;11
     $index = _SearchArrayR($array, StringFormat("%02s", $i1))
     For $i2 = $iRow To (UBound($array, 2) - $index) + 2
         For $i3 = 0 To $index - 1
             $array[$i2][$i3] = "X"
         $index += 1
     $iRow = _SearchArrayC($array, "")
 Func _SearchArrayC($array, $sSearch)
     For $i = 0 To UBound($array, 1)
         If $array[$i][0] = $sSearch Then Return $i
 EndFunc ;==>_SearchArrayC
 Func _SearchArrayR($array, $sSearch)
     For $i = 0 To UBound($array, 2)
         If $array[0][$i] = $sSearch Then Return $i
 EndFunc ;==>_SearchArrayR

This is what the code is doing now.

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This is what it is supposed to do.

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So, how can I fix this? Is it even possible? Is there some other way I can achieve my goal?

Can you give a simple explanation of what you need to do? It's not obvious to me from the correct image how the required result should be achieved.

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