Mehr, Assaph (Assaph) wrote:

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>>>@tileArray = Array.new()
>>>@height.times {@tileArray.push Array.new(@width, Tile.new)}
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>>@height.times {@tileArray.push Array.new{@width, Tile.new}}
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>Gah, posted too soon!
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># initialize an array of arrays:
>@tileArray = Array.new(@height) { Array.new }
># Initizlize arrays of tiles:
>@height.times { @tileArray.push Array.new(@width) {Tile.new} }
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>Comment still stands though:
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>>As always, when you need to initialize an array with new objects per
>>cell (rather than references to the same object) use the block form.
>>You had initialized the first array correctly, but must have mistyped
>>for the inner array creation :-)
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Ah, that makes sense. 

Thank you,
Matthew Margolis