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    Default How to update rows in 2 D arrays?

    I have a two dimensional array which has the initial set of data and then I have an ArrayList of Integers which has some of the rows of the two dimensional arrays .And the indexes of the rows which were copied from the two dimensional array are stored in another ArrayList. The new set of ArrayList of Integers was modified and now I want to update these rows in the original 2 D array.

    This is the code I used :

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     static void update_new_pop(int [][]new_pop, ArrayList<int[]> crossover_population, ArrayList<Integer> crossover_pop_index,int pop_size,int size_crossover_pop_index,int m){  
             for(int iterRow = 0,j=0;iterRow<pop_size;iterRow++)  
                 if(iterRow == crossover_pop_index.get(j)){  
             for(int iterRow = 0;iterRow<pop_size;iterRow++){  
                 for(int iterCol=0;iterCol<m;iterCol++){  

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    Default Re: How to update rows in 2 D arrays?

    You don't say if you have a problem or what the problem is.
    Can you explain?

    You need to define several variables that are used in the code you posted if you want anyone to make sense of it.

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    Default Re: How to update rows in 2 D arrays?

    udayjava, you should continue the discussion in the thread you started yesterday rather than post a new, obviously related question. Or did you plan to clutter the forum with threads you never return to? That's not going to happen.

    I'm closing this thread.

    If you're forever cleaning cobwebs, it's time to get rid of the spiders.

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