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I wanted to create a 2d array and store info into it, but don't know how to do it does anyone have some links or code to show me how to do a 2D array?
 
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You can create a 2D array like this:

int[][] array2D = new int[5000][200];

Subscripting is pretty straight-forward:

array2D[i][j] = i + j;

This assumes that i and j have valid index values.

HTH

Layne
 
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can i stick a varible inside the [] instead of a value???
 
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Originally posted by GK Leo:
can i stick a varible inside the [] instead of a value???



Yes.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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