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Given the array:      int array [x][y] = {y terms};

How do you you give rows other than the first values?
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A 2D array is an 1D array of 1D arrays, so you initialize it using an array of 1D arrays, like

int Array[3][4] = {{1,2,3}, {4,5,6},{7,8,9}.{10,11,12}};
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just a small correction which is a typo...

}.{

should be
},{
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by:nietod
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You must have better eyes and/or a better font than me.  Thanks.  
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no problem
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