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vrf How to walk across an array?

Question asked by VRFuser on Jul 27, 2004

     Yes, thank you very much!


On Tuesday 27 July 2004 15:19, g.nied@gn-software.de wrote:
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> best regards,
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> G. Nied
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> Georg Nied  Software-Development  Hansestr. 7  51149 Cologne  Germany
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> Subject: [vrf] How to walk across an array? (27-Jul-2004 15:02)
> From:    msbordona@cenita.com
> To:      vrf@agilent.com
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> Hello,
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> I have three numbers: A, B, C; they take values as:
> A = 0, 1, ... n
> B = -A, ..., 0, ..., A
> C = -B, ..., 0, ..., B
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> I want to walk across all the elements of an array but I can't. I'm using
> the *for range* object three times but it seems that I can only read the
> value coming for a *for range* once, and I need to read it 2B+1 times...
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> For n=1 it would be:
> (0,0,0) (1,-1,-1) (1,-1,0) (1,-1,1) (1,0,0) (1,1,-1) (1,1,0) (1,1,1)
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> Could anyone help me, please?
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> Regards,

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