[Solved] Echoing an multidimensional array

You can try this – $products = array( array (“08:10”, “10:30”, “13:15”), array (“GSÖ2B2U”, “VSH2B2U”, “FOR2B2U”), array (“GUS”, “GJG”, “GRL”) ); $new= array(); for ($i = 0; $i < count($products); $i++) { $new[] = array_column($products, $i); } foreach($new as $vals) { echo implode(‘ ‘, $vals) . ‘<br>’; } Output 08:10 GSÖ2B2U GUS<br> 10:30 VSH2B2U GJG<br> … Read more

[Solved] Locate all similar “touching” elements in a 2D Array (Python) [closed]

You might consider learning how to implement breadth-first searches and depth-first searches in order to accomplish your objective. The following example shows how both of these search strategies can be easily handled in one function. A modular approach should make the code simple to change. #! /usr/bin/env python3 from collections import deque from operator import … Read more

[Solved] PHP Multidimensional Array Access

Code should look something like this, if you were intending on using strings as your keys. $this_array= array( ‘string_name’ => ‘string’, ‘string_array’ => array( ‘string_key’ => ‘string_val’ ) ); Yes, you will access it by: $this_array[‘string_array’][‘string_key’]; 0 solved PHP Multidimensional Array Access

[Solved] can i check content of values that have been push_back to a vector? [closed]

Maybe you could use one of the containers, e.g. vector. you could push_back all the moves into this vector until home is reached. The size of this vector will be the number of moves. You can setup a counter array[400] for counting the number of moves into same coordinates. For each move, – `push_back` the … Read more