FAQ: Data Structures - Multidimensional Arrays

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I suck at learning I always get it wrong!

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What about this code:

my_array = [[true,false] ["Maybe","Happy"] [23,27,34]]

is not a ■■■■ multidimensional array? No matter what I try, it doesn’t accept it! It said, a multidimensional array of my choice, but nothing is working?
I could really use some enlightenment.

you forgot the comma’s between the elements of your outer array?


just a little reminder:

Hard to swallow pill: You’re going to suck.

When you start to learn something new, you won’t be good at it. You have to suck, before you get better.

And it’s ok.

Don’t stop yourself doing something because you’ll suck at first. Suck and do the thing anyway.

seen here