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Moving Diagonally in a 2D array

 
Vincent Mule
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So for example I have an array like this

100
0-10
000

and I want to move between the -1 and the 1. Lets say that coord[0] is my current row and coord[1] is my current column. How do I craft a statement that would allow me to move in between those numbers?


Edit, I figured it out.

for example, moving down and left, its arr[current number+1][current number+1]
 
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Vincent Mule wrote:
and I want to move between the -1 and the 1. Lets say that coord[0] is my current row and coord[1] is my current column.

This doesn't match your example. Suppose you are in the upper left corner. Your row is coord[0] and your cell is coord[0][0]. It doesn't make sense to talk about the column alone since you can't reference it alone. (I'm harping on this because I think it is easier to understand as I stated it.)

Now what cell do you want to end up in when you move diagonally? What do you need to coord[x][y] to make that happen?
 
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