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static void Main()
        {
               double [] tabseq= new double[3];
               inputvalue(tabseq);
        }
        public static void inputvalue(double[] tabseq)
        {
            int i;
            string invalue;
            Console.Write("enter tab seq");
            for (i = 0; i < 3; i++)
            {
                invalue = Console.ReadLine();
                tabseq[i] = double.Parse(invalue);
            }
        }

actualy my problem is,i cant pass single input..... i have to take input and store it somewhere, pass it to k means algorithm as heap... how could i do that
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Updated 18-Dec-11 23:47pm
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Yes it is possible: both single dimension and multiple dimensions arrays contain items. So you are free to copy items from the former to the latter (and viceversa), e.g.
C#
double[] a = new double[4];
a[0] = 7.0;
a[1] = 1.0;
a[2] = .05;
a[3] = .05;
double [,] b = new double[2,2];
for (int i=0; i<2; i++)
  for(int j=0; j<2; j++)
    b[i,j]=a[i*2+j];
 
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shankar biradar 19-Dec-11 5:23am    
how can i do that tell me syntex
Also you can consider using generic lists , for example to have a list of float numbers :
C#
List<float> floats = new List<float>();


Or to have two dimensional list of floats try :
C#
List<List<float>> AllData = new List<List<float>>();


It will give you more programming power.

Hope it helps.
 
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Wendelius 19-Dec-11 12:23pm    
Edited: Encoded the greater than/less than characters.
Amir Mahfoozi 19-Dec-11 12:27pm    
Thank you Mika

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