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Netty poestel
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can anyone put this 3-D array in a 'box' drawing , like the K&B book shows on arrays [ for e.g Lesson I, fig. 1-3].
a picture shall say > 1000 words

Thx. for any help
Barry Gaunt
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Sorry I dont have the patience to draw boxes, but does this help:

I have not shown the indexes for the innermost elements because they are easy to see. I produced a flat printout of the array with the Java 5.0 java.util.Arrays.deepToString method. Then I indented and indexed it by hand. I've tried to mark arr[0][1][2] in a rather clumsy way.
[ December 11, 2004: Message edited by: Barry Gaunt ]

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Netty poestel
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Thx again

I can atleast get it to work now.
For e.g this time around I could figure out myself what



(arr[3][1][0]) & arr[1][1][0])

shall yield.

I've drawn myself a sketch on an A4 and I think I have a hang on the 3ds.
I agree. Here's the link:
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