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Thread: Pls me out on this arrays number print

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    Default Pls me out on this arrays number print

    public static void main(String[] args) {
            // TODO code application logic here
            int[][]aryNums;
            aryNums = new int [2][6];
            aryNums[0][0] = 10;  aryNums[1][0] = 60;
            aryNums[0][1] = 20;  aryNums[1][1] = 50;
            aryNums[0][2] = 30;  aryNums[1][2] = 40;
            aryNums[0][3] = 40;  aryNums[1][3] = 30;
            aryNums[0][4] = 50;  aryNums[1][4] = 20;
            aryNums[0][5] = 60;  aryNums[1][5] = 10;
     
            {
           System.out.println(aryNums[][] + " ");
            }
                   System.out.println(" ");


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    Default Re: Pls me out on this arrays number print

    what is the problem with it exactly.. explain more what the problem is and what you are trying to achive..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dokunbam View Post
    public static void main(String[] args) {
            // TODO code application logic here
            int[][]aryNums;
            aryNums = new int [2][6];
            aryNums[0][0] = 10;  aryNums[1][0] = 60;
            aryNums[0][1] = 20;  aryNums[1][1] = 50;
            aryNums[0][2] = 30;  aryNums[1][2] = 40;
            aryNums[0][3] = 40;  aryNums[1][3] = 30;
            aryNums[0][4] = 50;  aryNums[1][4] = 20;
            aryNums[0][5] = 60;  aryNums[1][5] = 10;
     
            {
           System.out.println(aryNums[][] + " ");
            }
                   System.out.println(" ");
    also System.out.println(aryNums[][] + " ");
    sounds like its completely wrong I have not tried it or tried this method if it would even work but I would perhaps do a for loop like this
    for(int x = 0; x < 6; x++)
    {
     
    System.out.println(arryNums[0][x] + " ");
    System.out.println(arryNums[1][x] + " ");
    }
    Apart from that please tell us your problem...

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    Default Re: Pls me out on this arrays number print

    i want to create rows and column with those numbers and run it

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    Default Re: Pls me out on this arrays number print

    You post is still vague and is not a specific question. Please do not respond with "how do I create rows and column with those numbers an run it?"

    You need o fully explain what you are trying to achieve. Perhaps include a sample output.

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    Default Re: Pls me out on this arrays number print

    what am trying to do is to create array spreadsheet where the numbers will display in rows and columns
    not on a single line

    public static void main(String[] args) {
    // TODO code application logic here
    int[][]aryNums;
    aryNums = new int [3][6];
    aryNums[0][0] = 10; aryNums[1][0] = 60; aryNums[2][0] = 60;
    aryNums[0][1] = 20; aryNums[1][1] = 50; aryNums[2][1] = 60;
    aryNums[0][2] = 30; aryNums[1][2] = 40; aryNums[2][2] = 60;
    aryNums[0][3] = 40; aryNums[1][3] = 30; aryNums[2][3] = 60;
    aryNums[0][4] = 50; aryNums[1][4] = 20; aryNums[2][4] = 60;
    aryNums[0][5] = 60; aryNums[1][5] = 10; aryNums[2][5] = 60;
     
    // 
    int row = 6;
    int column = 3;
    int x, y;
    for (x = 0; x < row ; x++){
    for (y = 0; y < column ; y++){ 
    }
     
    System.out.println(aryNums[x][y] + " ");
    }
    System.out.println("");
    }

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    Default Re: Pls me out on this arrays number print

    For starters, change the first 'println()' to 'print()'. That will remove the linefeed from between each number in a row.

    Good luck!

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    Default Re: Pls me out on this arrays number print

    You have your column and row numbers reversed.

    Columns should equal 6 and rows should equal 3

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