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2 dimensional array problem

 
catherine matthews
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hi...
i have 2 different array declared like this
1. int [][] arr1= new int kk[8][3]
2. int [][] arr2 = new int kk[10][2]

i need to compare....
if (arr[k][2]==arr2[k][0])
{
System.out.println(arr2[k][1]);
}
how do i manage the iterations for k? the array sizes are different.....
please help....
[ June 15, 2006: Message edited by: catherine matthews ]
 
Keith Lynn
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Remember that in Java, a 2 D array is just an array of arrays.

You can use a simple counter variable for each dimension.
 
Campbell Ritchie
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There are standard conventions for iterating through the whole of an array. You will doubtless find them in this part of the Java tutorial.

I trust you are looking at the Java tutorial and the API documentation whenever you go anywhere near a Java editor?
 
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