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Searching and displaying results in a multi-dimensional array.

 
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I'm working on a two column array search utility, but I'm stuck on a couple of matters.

1. I want to insure that the utility only searches the first column of the array and ignores the second.
2. When it does find the word in the first column, I want it to display the second column on line 109.

I've got the majority of it written, but like I said, I'm stuck. Help is always appreciated.


 
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Scotty Steven wrote:I'm working on a two column array search utility, but I'm stuck on a couple of matters.

1. I want to insure that the utility only searches the first column of the array and ignores the second.



What problem are you having with that? Just look in arr[x][0], and not in arr[x][1].

2. When it does find the word in the first column, I want it to display the second column on line 109.



So display arr[x][1].

 
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Ya, that was stupid simple.

Thanks!
 
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Scotty Steven wrote:Ya, that was stupid simple.

Thanks!



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