I have an array of arrays. I am wondering
// why does this work
Debug.Log("woodPriceArray[whichRes] = " + woodPriceArray[whichRes]);
Debug.Log("priceArrays = " + priceArrays);
// and not this, which is essentially the same thing ( n o t e : whichRes =1 )
var randVar : int = 1;
Debug.Log("LOOK HERE 1: " + quantityArray[whichRes][randVar]);
woodPriceArray is set to quantityArray
priceArrays gives the same result as woodPriceArray
Answer by Seth Bergman
May 02, 2012 at 11:58 AM
turns out, as suspected my info was outdated.. here's a link that may start you down the right track:
looks like it's: QuantityArray[1,1]
ok, thanks for the quick reply. I dont know c# so that wont help me just now... hmmmm
see answer above, you would say it as: quantityArray[1,1] etc..
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