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Why does this for-loop break when iterating through a multidimensional array?  RSS feed

 
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What I'm trying to do is create an editable calendar made up of arrays.

First I create some variables:



Then I try to use nested for-loops to allow the user to say when they are usually asleep:

 
When I was building, I always had

var quantifiedMonth

set to 0, which allowed the program to work. Then I realized that if I set it to 1, then it breaks. I can't wrap my head around why, because of the output that I got when the program worked.

Say I had



then my output would be



but when



the program crashes. I can't wrap my head around why that is. To my mind, I shouldn't be able to get the output I do when



Please help. I tried to be thorough in my question, but if I'm being vague about something, please let me know.

Here's some screenshots of the errors I get

 
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