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Different ways to print the two-dimensional array's contents


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Different ways to print the two-dimensional array's contents
Tag : c , By : Adam
Date : December 01 2020, 04:55 PM


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Is there any difference in the end contents in these 2 different ways of populating arrays?


Tag : java , By : Ganesh
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Your first example assumes that when addcube is called that the Global.i is initialized to some sensible value. Multiple calls to addcube could initialize different parts of the same array if Global.i changes. The addcube method also modifies the value of Glocal.cubes which you aren't doing in your second example.
Your second example directly creates an array of the exact size required without using the value of Global.i. This makes it much simpler and more robust, but also less configurable.

How to print the contents of a two-dimensional array of characters?


Tag : c , By : Don Changer
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help I'm trying to print an array of characters in C but i can't print everything. I want to print : b1 b2 My code:
printf("%s", def);
printf("%s", def[0]);
printf("%s", def[1]);
printf("%s%s", def[0], def[1]);
for (i = 0; i < sizeof def / sizeof *def; i++)
{
    printf("%s", def[i]); 
}

how to print the contents of a 2 dimensional array to a text box in a table like format?


Tag : chash , By : Vlad Sirenko
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need I need to print the contents of my 2 dimensional array to a textbox called txtExecute in a table like format just like the one below: , So, your ArrayFormat() function should be like this ...
private void ArrayFormat()
{
    txtExecute.Text += "\t" + "Mon" + "\t" + "Tue" + "\t" + "Wed" + "\t" + "Thu" + "\t" + "Fri" + "\r\n";
     for(int week = 0; week < productsArray.GetLength(0); week++)
     {
         txtExecute.Text += "Week " + week + "\t";
         for (int day = 0; day < productsArray.GetLength(0); day++)
         {
             txtExecute.Text += productsArray[week, day] + "\t";
         }
         txtExecute.Text += "\r\n";
     }
}
txtExecute.Text += "\tMon\tTue\tWed\tThu\tFri\r\n";
txtExecute.Text += "Week " + (week+1) + "\t";

How to print out Multi-Dimensional Arrays in php


Tag : php , By : antonio
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I've found another way around which is way better than the one i was trying to do. This solved my case.
http://wizardinternetsolutions.com/articles/web-programming/single-query-dynamic-multi-level-menu

How do I access the contents of multi-dimensional arrays?


Tag : javascript , By : clifton anderson
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue You're right so far. The trick to it is to use the numbers in the square brackets next to each other.
container = [
// 0
    ['https://amazon.ca/logo.png', 'https://google.ca/logo/logo.png'],
// 1
    ['This is alt text 1.', 'This is alt text 2'],
// 2
    ['https://amazon.ca', 'https://google.ca']
];
['https://amazon.ca/logo.png', 'https://google.ca/logo/logo.png']
'https://amazon.ca/logo.png'
container = [{
  image: 'https://amazon.ca/logo.png',
  alt: 'This is alt text 1.',
  url: 'https://amazon.ca',
},
{
  image: 'https://google.ca/logo/logo.png',
  alt: 'This is alt text 2',
  url: 'https://google.ca',
}]

console.log(container[1].alt) // 'This is alt text 2'
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