Speeding up array initialization
ambassador at fourthworld.com
Sat Nov 22 13:41:29 CST 2003
>>> QUESTION : is there a way to speed up things to initialize this array ?
>> If he array is to be empty it may not matter, but if the array is to contain
>> data and the data is in some delimited format you can use the split command
>> to convert it to an array and the combine command to convert it back if
> Thanks for the suggestion, but I already tried that : please correct me if I'm
> wrong, but it looks like the split command only works for 1 dimensional
> array. I mean : if the variable contains only 1 line of comma-separated items,
> then "split myVar using comma" will produce a 1 dimension array.
> But if myVar contains several lines of comma-separated items, then unexpected
> results are produced? Anyway, the split command doesn't seem to be tailored
> for arrays with more than 1 dimension...
> Furthermore, I tried to produce 2-dimension arrays from 1-dimension array :
> put 0 into S
> put S into T
> but that doesn't work..;
> Am I missing something ?
Remember that Rev's arrays are associative arrays. While it lets you use
multi-dimensional syntax, what's really happening is that the key to an
element is the string "<value>,<value>".
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