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Marcus Deviln
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I posted this code before but I must admit I still don't quite get it. What is the count variable counting when it prints out 4? I can see that there 4 array objects. Is that it?



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David Newton
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There is no count variable, only an index. It's printing an element from the arrays.
Marcus Deviln
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so if it's printing an element from the array then it must be the '4' in the middle array correct? That's index [1][2] (index from zero), no?
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That's the only 4 I see, yeah.
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Marcus Deviln wrote:so if it's printing an element from the array then it must be the '4' in the middle array correct? That's index [1][2] (index from zero), no?

Right. The reason is the initial value of index (1) and the post-increment in the indexing.

In short, what happens is this:
- the value of index is retrieved, 1
- index is increased to 2
- dd[1] is evaluated
- the value of index is retrieved, 2
- index is increased to 3
- dd[1][2] is evaluated

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