On Monday 11 November 2002 17:24, Martin Allan Jensen wrote:
> Hi evryone....i have a problem that i hope you can help me with.
> Here it goes!
> I have two arrays one called "y" adn one called "v"
> Togeather they hold a year(Y) and a value(V)
> The array looks like this:
Can I ask, how you did get these arrays? Did you define these or did come from
somewhere else? And why are they in two separate arrays? ...
... In most cases you're better off using a single array to hold both pieces
> V represents a climping value
> Y represents the year of the value
> So the values 10, 20, 40, 60, 320 etc. grows until a new year is reachet.
> And then it schould start again in the new year. So MAXIMUM ONE VALUE PER
Right, do you actually do anything with the non-maximum values? Are they used
anywhere in your code, or do you really just want the maximum value for each
> How can i make it return this out of the earlier menchent array :
There may be an easy way to solve your problem, but first you need to:
1) explain why you're using 2 arrays
2) state whether the non-maximum values are used at all, if they are being
used, /how/ are they being used.
Jason Wong -> Gremlins Associates -> www.gremlins.com.hk
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