• Subject: a little more clarity on my problem perhaps?
  • From: mohammad khan <mohammadakhan@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Jul 1998 18:23:41 -0700 (PDT)

Hi again,

Just had to add you folks are some of the nicest people
i've met around, thanks for all the help. I've gone
thru all the suggestions so far and find them all beneficial in some
way although i haven't gone thru each one in depth, not much time next
to my regular job don'tchew know. i'm a beginner though so forgive me
if i just don't get it at times. 

here's the way i was gonna about coding my rpg iv table.

i have 3 columns i know i will print. so, I'll use the
MOVE & MOVEL to break apart the 2nd (alternating) table when i need a
certain column (2nd or 3rd table). the 4th column will be (initially)
an empty table (is that possible) to which the average of table 3 will
be written.

can i write a program that averages the elements of a 
table and then just output the data in table format without explicitly
telling the result it will be in a 

meaning, the program reads table 1 & table 2,
table 2 is broken into table 2 & 3 so that the right most table and
its elements can be averaged and sent to
a result field that prints the average?

then comes another problem after that...table lookups,
ahhhhh shit!


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