# Urgent deliverable

Discussion in 'ASP General' started by kalikoi@gmail.com, Aug 28, 2006.

1. ### Guest

I have two arrays as follows

array1=("45101010","45101010","45103020","45103020","45103020","45201020","45201020",
"45201020","45201020","45202010")

array2=("0.44","0.1","0.13","2.61","0.15","0.42","0.12","0.63","0.12","0.23")

The final output should be as follows

45---------------------------------------(4.95(3.43+1.52))

4510-----------------------------------(3.43(0.54+2.89))

451010-----------------------------(0.54(0.44+0.1))

45101010---------------------(0.44,0.1)

451030-----------------------------(2.89(0.13+2.61+0.15))

45103020---------------------(0.13,2.61,0.15)

4520-----------------------------------(1.52(1.29+0.23))

452010-----------------------------(1.29(0.42+0.12+0.63+0.12))

45201020---------------------(0.42,0.12,0.63,0.12)

452020-----------------------------(0.23)

45202010---------------------(0.23)

Immediate help is appreciated

Thanks & Regards
kalyan

, Aug 28, 2006

2. ### Bob Barrows [MVP]Guest

wrote:
> I have two arrays as follows
>
>

array1=("45101010","45101010","45103020","45103020","45103020","45201020
","45201020",
> "45201020","45201020","45202010")
>
>

array2=("0.44","0.1","0.13","2.61","0.15","0.42","0.12","0.63","0.12","0
..23")
>
>
> The final output should be as follows
>
>
> 45---------------------------------------(4.95(3.43+1.52))
>

What is this? A puzzle? We're supposed to figure out how "45" is related
to "4.95(3.43+1.52)"?

Sorry. It may be obvious to you, but I'm not going to waste my time
trying to figure it out. Provide the algorithm if you require "immediate
assistance".

Or are you asking how to write the html to provide your desired format?
If so, see an html or css group:

Bob Barrows
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Bob Barrows [MVP], Aug 28, 2006

3. ### McKirahanGuest

<> wrote in message
news:...
> I have two arrays as follows
>
>

array1=("45101010","45101010","45103020","45103020","45103020","45201020","4
5201020",
> "45201020","45201020","45202010")
>
>

array2=("0.44","0.1","0.13","2.61","0.15","0.42","0.12","0.63","0.12","0.23"
)
>
>
> The final output should be as follows
>
>
> 45---------------------------------------(4.95(3.43+1.52))
>
> 4510-----------------------------------(3.43(0.54+2.89))
>
> 451010-----------------------------(0.54(0.44+0.1))
>
> 45101010---------------------(0.44,0.1)
>
> 451030-----------------------------(2.89(0.13+2.61+0.15))
>
> 45103020---------------------(0.13,2.61,0.15)
>
> 4520-----------------------------------(1.52(1.29+0.23))
>
> 452010-----------------------------(1.29(0.42+0.12+0.63+0.12))
>
> 45201020---------------------(0.42,0.12,0.63,0.12)
>
> 452020-----------------------------(0.23)
>
> 45202010---------------------(0.23)
>
>
>
> Immediate help is appreciated

<%
Option Explicit
Dim array1
array1 =
Array("45101010","45101010","45103020","45103020","45103020","45201020","452
01020","45201020","45201020","45202010")
Dim array2
array2 =
Array("0.44","0.1","0.13","2.61","0.15","0.42","0.12","0.63","0.12","0.23")
Dim output
output = "<pre>" & vbCrLf
output = output &
"45---------------------------------------(4.95(3.43+1.52))" & vbCrLf
output = output & "" & vbCrLf
output = output & "
4510-----------------------------------(3.43(0.54+2.89))" & vbCrLf
output = output & "" & vbCrLf
output = output & "
451010-----------------------------(0.54(0.44+0.1))" & vbCrLf
output = output & "" & vbCrLf
output = output & " 45101010---------------------(0.44,0.1)"
& vbCrLf
output = output & "" & vbCrLf
output = output & "
451030-----------------------------(2.89(0.13+2.61+0.15))" & vbCrLf
output = output & "" & vbCrLf
output = output & "
45103020---------------------(0.13,2.61,0.15)" & vbCrLf
output = output & "" & vbCrLf
output = output & "
4520-----------------------------------(1.52(1.29+0.23))" & vbCrLf
output = output & "" & vbCrLf
output = output & "
452010-----------------------------(1.29(0.42+0.12+0.63+0.12))" & vbCrLf
output = output & "" & vbCrLf
output = output & "
45201020---------------------(0.42,0.12,0.63,0.12)" & vbCrLf
output = output & "" & vbCrLf
output = output & " 452020-----------------------------(0.23)" &
vbCrLf
output = output & "" & vbCrLf
output = output & " 45202010---------------------(0.23)" & vbCrLf
output = output & "</pre>" & vbCrLf
Response.Write output
%>

Watch for word-wrap.

McKirahan, Aug 28, 2006
4. ### Bob Barrows [MVP]Guest

McKirahan wrote:
> <> wrote in message
> news:...
>> I have two arrays as follows
>>
>>

>

array1=("45101010","45101010","45103020","45103020","45103020","45201020
","4
> 5201020",
>> "45201020","45201020","45202010")
>>
>>

>

array2=("0.44","0.1","0.13","2.61","0.15","0.42","0.12","0.63","0.12","0
..23"
> )
>>
>>
>> The final output should be as follows
>>
>>
>> 45---------------------------------------(4.95(3.43+1.52))

> <%
> Option Explicit
> Dim array1
> array1 =
>

Array("45101010","45101010","45103020","45103020","45103020","45201020",
"452
> 01020","45201020","45201020","45202010")
> Dim array2
> array2 =
>

Array("0.44","0.1","0.13","2.61","0.15","0.42","0.12","0.63","0.12","0.2
3")
> Dim output
> output = "<pre>" & vbCrLf
> output = output &
> "45---------------------------------------(4.95(3.43+1.52))" & vbCrLf

<chuckle>
I was thinking of doing something like this but decided not to take the
time.

Bob
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Please reply to the newsgroup. The email account listed in my From
header is my spam trap, so I don't check it very often. You will get a
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Bob Barrows [MVP], Aug 28, 2006
5. ### McKirahanGuest

"Bob Barrows [MVP]" <> wrote in message
news:#...
> <chuckle>
> I was thinking of doing something like this but decided not to take the
> time.

You're right, I spent too much time on it; below is a simpler approach.

<%
Option Explicit
Dim array1
array1 =
Array("45101010","45101010","45103020","45103020","45103020","45201020","452
01020","45201020","45201020","45202010")
Dim array2
array2 =
Array("0.44","0.1","0.13","2.61","0.15","0.42","0.12","0.63","0.12","0.23")
Dim array3(10)
array3(0) = "45---------------------------------------(4.95(3.43+1.52))"
array3(1) = " 4510-----------------------------------(3.43(0.54+2.89))"
array3(2) = " 451010-----------------------------(0.54(0.44+0.1))"
array3(3) = " 45101010---------------------(0.44,0.1)"
array3(4) = "
451030-----------------------------(2.89(0.13+2.61+0.15))"
array3(5) = " 45103020---------------------(0.13,2.61,0.15)"
array3(6) = " 4520-----------------------------------(1.52(1.29+0.23))"
array3(7) = "
452010-----------------------------(1.29(0.42+0.12+0.63+0.12))"
array3(8) = "
45201020---------------------(0.42,0.12,0.63,0.12)"
array3(9) = " 452020-----------------------------(0.23)"
array3(10) = " 45202010---------------------(0.23)"
Response.Write "<pre>" & Join(array3,vbCrLf & vbCrLf) & "</pre>"
%>

McKirahan, Aug 28, 2006
6. ### AndyzaGuest

On Mon, 28 Aug 2006 09:50:36 -0500, "McKirahan" <>
wrote:

>"Bob Barrows [MVP]" <> wrote in message
>news:#...
>> <chuckle>
>> I was thinking of doing something like this but decided not to take the
>> time.

>
>You're right, I spent too much time on it; below is a simpler approach.
>

<SNIP>

A much easier solution:

<PRE>
45---------------------------------------(4.95(3.43+1.52))

4510-----------------------------------(3.43(0.54+2.89))

451010-----------------------------(0.54(0.44+0.1))

45101010---------------------(0.44,0.1)

451030-----------------------------(2.89(0.13+2.61+0.15))

45103020---------------------(0.13,2.61,0.15)

4520-----------------------------------(1.52(1.29+0.23))

452010-----------------------------(1.29(0.42+0.12+0.63+0.12))

45201020---------------------(0.42,0.12,0.63,0.12)

452020-----------------------------(0.23)

45202010---------------------(0.23)
</PRE>

Although this should be taken to an appropriate html group...

;->

Andyza, Aug 28, 2006
7. ### Guest

Hi All

I wan't the final output by manipulating the two arrays.
That is by using loops.
Hope you all understand...

Thanks & Regards
Kalyan
Andyza wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Aug 2006 09:50:36 -0500, "McKirahan" <>
> wrote:
>
> >"Bob Barrows [MVP]" <> wrote in message
> >news:#...
> >> <chuckle>
> >> I was thinking of doing something like this but decided not to take the
> >> time.

> >
> >You're right, I spent too much time on it; below is a simpler approach.
> >

> <SNIP>
>
>
> A much easier solution:
>
> <PRE>
> 45---------------------------------------(4.95(3.43+1.52))
>
> 4510-----------------------------------(3.43(0.54+2.89))
>
> 451010-----------------------------(0.54(0.44+0.1))
>
> 45101010---------------------(0.44,0.1)
>
> 451030-----------------------------(2.89(0.13+2.61+0.15))
>
> 45103020---------------------(0.13,2.61,0.15)
>
> 4520-----------------------------------(1.52(1.29+0.23))
>
> 452010-----------------------------(1.29(0.42+0.12+0.63+0.12))
>
> 45201020---------------------(0.42,0.12,0.63,0.12)
>
> 452020-----------------------------(0.23)
>
> 45202010---------------------(0.23)
> </PRE>
>
> Although this should be taken to an appropriate html group...
>
> ;->

, Aug 29, 2006
8. ### Bob Barrows [MVP]Guest

wrote:
> Hi All
>
> I wan't the final output by manipulating the two arrays.
> That is by using loops.
> Hope you all understand...
>
>

Nope. We knew you wanted to generate the output by manipulating the arrays.

We still don't know how the two arrays are related to the final output you
want.

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Bob Barrows [MVP], Aug 29, 2006