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Hi All,

What would be the best way to iterate through a multidimensional array in c#.

I have defined my array as
new string[,,] { { { "A", "B", "C" }, { "D", "E", "F" } } }

But I am having trouble getting my head around the process of a foreach loop.

I want to be able to pass this array as a variable then assign each value as it iterates through the array.

Thanks in advance.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 21-Jul-14 11:23am
"...Having trouble getting my head around" is not informative.

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Solution 1

You can iterate through the array like this,

string[,,] arr = new string[,,] { { { "A", "B", "C" }, { "D", "E", "F" } } };

           foreach(string k in arr)
               System.Console.Write("{0} ", k);

But MSDN recommends to use nested for loops with multidimensional arrays

"with multidimensional arrays, using a nested for loop gives you more control over the array elements."

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Rob Philpott 21-Jul-14 11:25am
Nice, couldn't be simpler really.
Dilan Shaminda 21-Jul-14 11:49am
Thank you sir :-)
Member 10111284 22-Jul-14 3:35am
Thanks for your responses , this is very helpful and should help me get my head around this.
Dilan Shaminda 22-Jul-14 3:40am
you are welcome :-)

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