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Myute

Triangular arrays

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For my uni course we are currently learning about triangular arrays. My question is - how do you create and implement a triangular array with fixed values? I've read other tutorials but they are not set out in the same way as the task in hand so it's hard to learn from. 

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I don't think Stephan would be happy if he found out you're doing this... would he?

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Is he ever happy? It's such a small world haha

Well, you can try killing that 'cockroach' for him, might make him happy :P

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It's mad that about 4 months ago I was looking at buying your GDK script to find out you're sitting in the very same lectures as me a few times a week

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It's mad that about 4 months ago I was looking at buying your GDK script to find out you're sitting in the very same lectures as me a few times a week

Haha, small world indeed! :P

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It's mad that about 4 months ago I was looking at buying your GDK script to find out you're sitting in the very same lectures as me a few times a week

 

Sucks to be me, I'm in first year still, I still get the lovely and informative intro to oo lectures

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And is it essentially a square/rectangle array with 0 values or is it actually possible to compute an array as a triangle?

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You can compute a triangular array using a 1D array. Think about what the fixed size of a square rectangle would be and then go from there. It's not as hard as you think. It's actually given to you

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