Thread: Arrays

  1. #16
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    Oh but you didn't offend me. I'm sorry if it looked like so.

  2. #17
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    cheers guys but it well sorted by now, going back the the != and < issue, as long as you are starting at 0 and incrememting by one then != is fine, if the loop was incrementing by two then obviously < would be required. Ive never had any problems with my loops in the past and i have wrote many programs.

    cheers anyway

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