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How does Informix define a two dimensional array.

I would like to store my data in a two dimensional array and then when I have collected it all print it out.

I've looked at all my informix books and none of them show me 2 dimensional they all just show one dimesion.

Thanks for any light you can shed on this.

Greg
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Hi Greg ,

You have two possible solutions :

If you have a fixed width 2 dimensional array , you can set it up to calculate it from one dimension

on an array 10 wide , for position 3,5 you calculate it as 3 + 5 * 10


Or even simpler just set the positions as attributes.
(just add them as columns)

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