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Ok i want to create an array that holds the values 00, 01 etc to 20. this is what i have so far [source] int IntArray[5][2]; for (int a=0;a<5;a++) { for (int b=0;b<10;b++) { IntArray=???; } } [\source] im not sure if this is correct and i dont know what to put in place of ??? because i have tried many things and i either get errors or the program crashes. Can someone help? Thanks for your time '' Target=_Blank>Link "People spend too much time thinking about the past, whatever else it is, its gone"-Mel Gibson, Man Without A Face

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That''s not a very clear explanation, but I''ll give it a shot. Try this:

int intArray[5][2];
for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++) {
intArray<i>[0] = i*2;
intArray[i][1] = i*2+1;


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