[Tutor] I am reading the tutorial alright?
hunter92383 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 00:16:29 CET 2008
in c++ i use array[n][n] to store things.
how do i create an array like that?
On Sun, Mar 23, 2008 at 4:13 PM, bob gailer <bgailer at alum.rpi.edu> wrote:
> elis aeris wrote:
> > t = 12345, 54321, "hello!"
> > print t
> > the way the 3 items are saved and access fits my need, now how do I
> > make t have more than one entry so effectively I get this?
> > t[n][n]
> (1) are you going through the tutorials as requested?
> (2) please learn how to ask meaningful questions
> For example t[n][n] does not communicate the outcome you desire.
> In Python t[n][n] would get you the nth element of the nth element of t.
> For example if n were 2 you'd get 3. If that is what you want you just
> answered your own question, as a simple test in the Python interactive
> window would reveal.
> Otherwise we can only guess as to what you want and that wastes all of
> our time!
> It would be far more effective to show us what the result would look
> like based on the data you entered into t.
> PLEASE do as much as you can to solve problems yourself and express
> questions CLEARLY!
> Bob Gailer
> 919-636-4239 Chapel Hill, NC
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