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Multi-Dimensional Array

L Tran
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Joined: Jun 06, 2012
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I have an array, called, "myArray". Inside this myArray are 4 more arrays, "m0, m1, m2, m3".
How do I access all the elements in all the array?

Here's my code, :



This code only give me the first 2 elements in each array.
But, I would like to get all the elements in all the arrays.

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Bear Bibeault
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Think about this expression for a few minutes: ("m"+i).length;

What is it that you think it is going to give you?


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Eric Pascarello
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Why don't you actually make a 2D array instead of using variables?



The reason why your code fails is you can not build a magical string and expect it to become a variable!

Run this in firebug:



Again, it is better to define it as one array, not multiple variables



 
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