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.

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

Just remember you have to keep drawing down on paper.

What do you mean? Planing?

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