this is an Object-oriented solution between ourselves of ai technique.
Ai standard database chiefly contain: Main, Noun, Verb, Preposition

 Create database:
 Main.
Create table        columns     
3 D memory      x-axis, y-axis, z-axis, Class mark      
Input condition     X   Y   Z       
Expected result     X   Y   Z                       
Reporting demonstration X   Y   Z                       
Object enantiopathy Object, mark

Noun:               
create table:   
\name   \First-level index  meshpoint position\X    Y   Z   \physical proprieties       
Hand                            
Muscle                          
Vessel                          
Blood                           
Fatty                           
Bones                           
Skin                            
Hair                            

Verb:
table\
Grasp                   
Cut                     
move                    
Pressure    

preposition
at
in
on
is
be

available environment
pattern recognition
locked direction
line-by-line scanning
combing objects
initialize standard database
entirely dynamic
permutation computation
comprehend structure

C syntax precedents:
bulding 3d memory:
#include <stdio.h>
void main()
{
  static in a[1000000];
  int *pa=a,i;
  for(i=0;i<1000000;i++)   /*that i is indicate 3d position,started by 1&decade;0 is special value*/
  *(pa+2)=5;  /*assume 5 is current object mark*/
  print("%10d\n",a[i])
}

expecting for you like it

Edited 3 Years Ago by Reverend Jim: Fixed formatting

All you've managed to do is post an invalid program (void main is wrong), which won't even compile (missing ; abound), and even when all that is fixed, will trash memory past the end of the array.

Not to mention, NO CODE TAGS.

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holy ESL, Batman. :icon_rolleyes:

seriously, though... this is like some sort of advanced undergrad or first-year grad school project. if you've made it this far to be assigned this sort of problem, you damn sure better be prepared and able to do the majority of the work yourself.

post some meaningful, compilable code along with a close-ended question if you expect any assistance.


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One of the most exciting process log (or use case scenario? ) I have ever seen...
Thank you, waphon!

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