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I want this while loop to print out the endlocation each time into an array. How do I do this?
while startcounter<7088
while start{1,1}(startcounter)>stop{1,1}(endcounter);

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Ken Atwell
Ken Atwell on 16 Oct 2015
A semicolon at the end of the line suppresses output [ reference ], so displaying output is a matter of just remove the semicolon from your existing statement:
If you want to print out the value of endlocation in the inner loop, just remove the semi-colon:
If you want to print out the value in the outer loop, add a new line with just the variable name (and no semi-colon) where/when you want it displayed.
JE on 16 Oct 2015
So this is the number that it displays, however, I thought it would display each location inside the array every time and place those values into a new array. Am I missing something?
Ken Atwell
Ken Atwell on 16 Oct 2015
The entire array will be displayed, but endlocation looks to a scalar (non-array) value.
If you're trying to debug this, I recommend settings a breakpoint and single-stepping through this loop. Keep you eyes on the Workspace windows and look for unexpected values.

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