Lists to arrays and back again
bobs at twft.com
Mon Feb 16 13:47:41 EST 2009
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Calvary Chapel CM
On Feb 7, 2009, at 3:01 PM, Bob Sneidar wrote:
> I apparently do not understand arrays at all. I have a 2 row list,
> called myVar. Each line contains "1,2,3" and "4,5,6" respectively. I
> want to use the split command to make an array so that myVar[1,1] =
> 1 and myvar[2,1] =4. split ALWAYS seems to think that the first item
> it encounters in each line is the key I want to use to reference
> it, and everything after that are the elements of the array. I JUST
> want to convert a list to an array an reference the elements by row
> and column.
> Eventually I want to delete whole columns of the array and recombine
> the array back to a list. If I have to use repeat loops to populate
> the array, why then that's like paying for a glass of orange juice
> with a bottle of orange juice.
> Any ideas?
> Bob Sneidar
> IT Manager
> Calvary Chapel CM
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