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i want to make for loop in c# that enable me to fill unlimited array?
such as [n,n]?

for(int i=0; i<n; i++)
  for(int j=0; j<n;++j)
    // Fill your array here
    // someArray[i][j] = "something";

Now what was in it that you failed to try?

as first: when using a normal array - this can not be of unlimited size. This means that the size must be known before.

If you want to fill a 2 dimensional array you need two nested "for" loops.

Any basic .net tutorial or book should help you here.

Best regards,

Toli Cuturicu 25-Jul-10 9:00am
Reason for my vote of 3
Two nested for loops are not really necessary
Toli Cuturicu 25-Jul-10 9:02am
for (int i = 0; i < n * n; i++)
arr[i / n, i % n] = ...
JF2015 25-Jul-10 9:47am
That may be totally right, but if I would see code like this I would definitely refactor it, since readability of this is almost zero

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