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    Simple Array

    Im new to JavaScript so take it steady, i have an array:

    <script type="text/javascript">

    var colOne [0] = new Array("Copyright", "Council - spending plans - consultation", "Data protection");
    var colTwo [1] = new Array("Digital Region", "Freedom of information", "Libraries - online information resources");
    var colThree [2] = new Array("Our standards", "Test"};


    document.write(colOne[0]);


    </script>

    anyone can tell why it does not work?

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    "Test"};


    Code:
    var colOne = new Array("Copyright", "Council - spending plans - consultation", "Data protection");
    var colTwo = new Array("Digital Region", "Freedom of information", "Libraries - online information resources");
    var colThree = new Array("Our standards", "Test");
    
    document.write(colOne[1]);

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    got it working


    var colOne = new Array("Copyright", "Council - spending plans - consultation", "Data protection");
    var colTwo = new Array("Digital Region", "Freedom of information", "Libraries - online information resources");
    var colThree = new Array("Our standards", "Test");


    document.write(colOne);
    Last edited by swfc4lyf; 12-09-2010 at 10:56 AM.

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    <script type="text/javascript">

    var colOne = new Array("<li>Copyright</li>", "<li>Council - spending plans - consultation</li>", "<li>Data protection</li>");
    var colTwo = new Array("<li>Digital Region</li>", "<li>Freedom of information</li>", "<li>Libraries - online information resources</li>");
    var colThree = new Array("<li>Our standards</li>", "<li>Test</li>");


    //document.write(colOne);
    //document.write(colTwo);
    //document.write(colThree);
    for (i = 0; i < 3; i++)
    { document.write(colOne[i]);
    if (i < 3)
    document.write("");
    }



    </script>

    got this at the moment....

    want it to output the other two arrays at the side of the current one so it looks like they are in 3 columns.

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    If you are happy with your query, close the thread at both places;
    See: http://www.webdeveloper.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=239569


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