True multi-dimensional arrays?

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## True multi-dimensional arrays?

I&#039;m a little confused on multi-dimensional arrays. It would seem logical to me that a one-dimensional array would store data in rows (like a line, or a one-dimensional object), two-dimensional arrays would store data in rows and columns (like a square, or a two-dimensional object), and three dimensional arrays would store data in stacks of columns and rows (like a cube, or a three-dimensional object) requiring arrayname(x,y,z) to retrieve the data. But from what I can tell, a three-dimensional array would just consist of three one-dimensional arrays stacked in two dimensions. Is this right? And if so, is there any way to store data in "true" three dimensions?

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## RE: True multi-dimensional arrays?

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## RE: True multi-dimensional arrays?

I&#039;m glad logic prevailed. Have you read this series of articles about variants and arrays? It&#039;s really good.<BR><BR>http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/041101-1.2.shtml<BR><BR>

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