cgsammu wrote:Man, this whole array stuff is soooo confusing

Hmm, lemme try another example.....

So, if I want to set (7,5) to "5" (which is basically its Y axis)

What expression would I put down?

something like..... Array | Set Value at (7,5) to..."Array.CurX"??

it's not a "Y axis", once your array has more than 1 column you need X/Y coordinates... if it just has 1 column, you only need X. You would need to do: Array.At(7,5) = "5". The CurX is the loop variable, meaning it starts at 0 and increments by one with each loop - up until there are no more array elements.

with one column:

here you use only X

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`Array [0] = "john"`

Array [1] = "fred"

Array [2] = "mary"

with more columns... (first name, last name, age)

here you use X and Y

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`Array [0][0] = "john"`

Array [0][1] = "smith"

Array [0][2] = 25

Array [1][0] = "fred"

Array [1][1] = "smith"

Array [1][2] = 21

Array [2][0] = "mary"

Array [2][1] = "smith"

Array [2][2] = 28