you could do one of two things. <BR><BR>1. build an array of arrays, and figure out an algorithm for grabbing stuff out.<BR>2. Flatten them with .toArray() and use them that way (see http://www.infinitemonkeys.ws/ - 'using Getrows From JScript'<BR><BR><BR>j<BR>
Can you be more specific with what type of data you plan on housing.<BR>one way around this is to create an object and stuff it into an array element. The output is below<BR><BR>something like this but not the syntax<BR><BR>var myelement = array;<BR><BR>and then<BR><BR>var this1 = myelement.something<BR>var this2 = myelement.something2<BR>var this3 = myelement.something3<BR><BR>in this manner you have properties on an object which are stuffed in an array element. it has its uses depending on the cirsumstances.
JScript arrays are more like hash tables, they are totally dynamic (unlike that of C or C++) Arax is right 2d arrays are not supported but you can do arrays within arrays within arrays...& so on. I've always done it this way & it works fine for me.<BR><BR>ex: var xArray = New Array(["array of x length goes here"],["array of y length goes here"],["array of z length goes here"]);