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I am showing my code here.
This is the code when i try to retrieve the data from the array(2d)


The problem I have is that if an element of the array is null it comes out.
But I need to add an elements into the array only by selecting the value.

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Chandramouli.V.N.
[ September 27, 2005: Message edited by: Michael Ernest ]
 
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I don't know if I understand your question exactly, but I think you need to do something like this:

The problem is your use of the break keyword. You don't need to check if the item is null and then break if it is. You need to check if the item is not null, and if this is the case add the item to the list. If the item is null, nothing will be done just for that case, which is fine. We just ignore it and continue with the increment as before.
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Stuart,
I cant understand this statement.(You need to check if the item is [b]not[b] null, and if this is the case add the item to the list).What is this
[b]not[b] null.

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V.N.Chandramouli
 
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Sorry, the [b] things were formatting marks that I messed up (fixed now).
 
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