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Accessing comma separated data from an javascript array object

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I have a global array to which I provide data from one function and want to use that data into another function.

i.e. i get the values of sitecode, x and y from function A
siteCode = x = y =

windQueryDataArray = [[siteCode, x, y]];

I want to use this array in function B from which I want to compare value of siteCode with site code value I am getting from another source in function B to match the values of x and y accordingly... how can I do this?


Sample of windQueryDataArray's data is
("KAXA", 92.144, 91.222)

("KCID", 91.111, 93.212)


Thanks in advance!

Piyush
Nov 17 '11 #1
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acoder
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Firstly, you need to access the sitecode value. That would be as simple as
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  1. windQueryDataArray[i][0]
for the ith data point.
Nov 17 '11 #2

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