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How can I use ArrayPrepend() to add an element to a 2d array?

<!--- Set Route-Airport-Country Array --->
<cfset countToo=js_route_airport_country.recordCount>
<cfloop index="i" from="1" to="#countToo#">
 <cfset airportArray[i][1]='#js_route_airport_country.country_desc[i]#'>
 <cfset airportArray[i][2]='#js_route_airport_country.airport_desc[i]#'>
 <cfset airportArray[i][3]='a#js_route_airport_country.airport_code[i]#'>
 <cfset airportArray[i][4]='#DateFormat(js_route_airport_country.start_date[i], "yyyymm")#'>
 <cfset airportArray[i][5]='#DateFormat(js_route_airport_country.end_date[i], "yyyymm")#'>
</cfloop>
   <cfdump var="#airportArray#">


Many thanks,
Michelle
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reggi635 earned 125 total points
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ArrayAppend works good for a Single dim array.
ArrayInsetAt would server ur purpose.
Something like this :
<cfscript>
    appendValues = ArrayNew(1);
    appendValues[ 1 ] = "d1";
    appendValues[ 2 ] = "d2";
    appendValues[ 3 ] = "d3";
    appendValues[ 3 ] = "d4";
    appendValues[ 3 ] = "d5";
    ArrayInsertAt(airportArray, 1, appendValues);
</cfscript>

Even this should work as well
<CFSET airportArray[ ArrayLen(airportArray) + 1 ][ 1 ] = "d1">
so on .......

REGGI

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