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Hi,

How can print values of a two dimentional array? the follwoing fucntion returns an array how can print the result?

Private Function Perms(ByVal data As String) As String(,)

...

return Strings
End Function

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   Sub Main()
        Dim Strings As String(,) = New String(1, 2) {{"1", "2", "3"}, {"4", "5", "6"}}

        PtintArray(Strings)

    End Sub

    Sub PtintArray(ByVal array As String(,))
        Dim maxDim0 As Integer = UBound(array, 1)
        Dim maxDim1 As Integer = UBound(array, 2)
        For i As Integer = 0 To maxDim0
            For j As Integer = 0 To maxDim1
                Console.Write(array(i, j))
                Console.Write(" ")
            Next j
            Console.WriteLine()
        Next i
    End Sub
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HI,

how can assign the following in an array an print it?

dim arr(,) as string = Perms("ABCD")

the result of the perm will return a two dim array.

ayha
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Do you ask how to write function Perms or how to print its result?

If you already have Perms function, you can use PrintArray function from my first post by the following way:

PrintArray(Perms("ABCD"))

or:

dim arr as string(,) = Perms("ABCD")
PrintArray(arr)



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