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    Default Re: Comparing output of two arrays

    If your first loop terminates the 'index' variable has a value not less than 14 (so it's 14); you're using that index value just below that first loop, so kaboom! you get this AIOOB Exception.

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    Default Re: Comparing output of two arrays

    How would i go about correcting the exception?

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    Default Re: Comparing output of two arrays

    Friend told me to do this:

    you can use a single loop to compare the value at temp[count] to temp2[count].
    You can just use an if, elseif, else decision tree to print out the result of the comparison.

    Anyone have any suggestions on coding this?

    Thanks.

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