Points are high due to urgency and not necessarily difficulty for the experts out there. Simple basic code is best for me since I am trying to learn from the help I get and not just plugging your answers. Thanks Object... your last help was very simple and easy to understand. I hope you help me here again.
My string array has different length so when I use the loop to
in some cases I need \t\t and in others I only need \t in order to line up the columns
how can I either set each column (or incoming array string to fixed width) before appending the next array string to it. For instance an exact number of characters or what ever your suggest.
using a StringBuffer it would be like:
for(int r=0; r < multiArray.length; r++)
StringBuffer buf = new StringBuffer();
for (int c = 0; c < multiArray[r].length; c++)
buf.append(multiArray[r][c]+"\t"); // append column
System.out.println(buf); // output row