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I know about double arrays but haven't heard of a triple array
It maybe a stupid question, but do they exist?

example (obviously not real code):

X = length
Y = width
Z = height

array[x][y][z] = some point located somewhere in the area of a cude

OR

have you seen "Stargate" where the genius discovers that the stargate used 8 symbols to give you the coordinates of another stargate somewhere in space? If you haven't seen Stargate or don't remember, he used a 3 dimensional diagram of a cude (which represented a block of space in the universe), then he took 6 points one on each of the sides of the cude to locate a 7th point (i.e. location of the stargate in space) somewhere within the cude (or space/the universe). After that he used an 8th point, the point of origion (i.e. the stargate on earth). Then he drew a line from point 8 to point 7 to represent the path traveled from earth to some point in space

With all that in mind :D

could you have this type of an array???:

A= side_1
B= side_2
C= side_3
D= side_4
E= side_5
F= side_6
X = destination
Y = point_of_origion

array[A][C][D][E][F][X][Y]


JUST A THOUGHT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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I know about double arrays but haven't heard of a triple array
It maybe a stupid question, but do they exist?


could you have this type of an array???:

Yes you can.

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your array could be of anysize... Just remember you have to keep drawing down on paper.

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Just remember you have to keep drawing down on paper.

What do you mean? Planing?

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