Anyone can describe with array system?

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• What the different with X,XY,XYZ? and what the function each of them?

• X is one-dimensional (a line), XY is two-dimensional (a square), and XYZ is three-dimensional (a cube). Arrays work by manipulating graphs with cells at each point, so XYZ is the format for telling Construct which cell to use in the form (12,68,37) or whatever.

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• GeometriX ohh,thanks for describe it,is that same with a variabel maybe? :/

• Sort of. Each cell can contain any data, much like a variable. The advantage of arrays, though, is that you have a mathematical way of calculating which cell you're manipulating, and can find associated information very easily. Think of 2D arrays as a spreadsheet of data, and imagine all the ways you could work with that data based on the concept of columns and rows.

• Sort of. Each cell can contain any data, much like a variable. The advantage of arrays, though, is that you have a mathematical way of calculating which cell you're manipulating, and can find associated information very easily. Think of 2D arrays as a spreadsheet of data, and imagine all the ways you could work with that data based on the concept of columns and rows.

ohh,i see.. thanks for describe it.

is there array for 3D? if yes,it will be very-very complex

• XYZ is considered a 3D array since it has 3 dimensions. For each XY position, there is a depth (Z) position that can contain different values.

You could get more//those informations in the manual article about arrays, the tutorial "Arrays for beginners" and check out the "Arrays" section in the how do I FAQ.

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