On Monday 29 July 2002 11:27, CÚsar Aracena wrote:
> I like this method a lot. Now, considering I do like FOR looping as a
> fact, how can I make a loop inside another loop. I mean, if I tell the
> first loop that $i=0 and then do the comparison and then add 1 to $i, in
> the inner or second loop should I state that $i=$i or what? Also make it
> $i=0???

Not sure if I understand your question. To nest for-loops you have to use a 
different counter for each loop. Eg, if you're using $i for the outer-loop 
you can use $j for the inner-loop.

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