dsfsfgsdrfgd it doesn't look like a 2D array to me if that helps at all; all kidding aside, if you have a specific problem (initializing, accessing elements, etc), post a sample of what you're trying.

I think it kind of 6D array maybe you need more than one programing language to solve it or write it, but try you never know what will happen hhhhh

two dimensional arrays, I did a lot of research on those a while back. This is just the basics of what I remember, also this is a 2D int. int **twod = NULL;

int dx = 5;

int dy = 6;for(dx = 0; dx < 5; dx++)

for(dy = 0; dy < 5; dy++)

twod[dx][dy] = malloc(sizeof(int*));then access like this.

twod[1][3] = 133;

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