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GUI label's + arrays = possible?

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Posted 03 February 2009 - 08:32 PM

Is there any way to make a bunch of labels with variable names that correspond to 2-dimensional arrays?

I have homework to do so I don't have time to repost the map I have for my RPG but for those of you that know about it, it uses multi-dimensional arrays to store the wall locations and player location but I don't know how to do this inside of a label in a GUI.

I would like to know because I think it would be much easier to understand while playing if there was a GUI instead of just a console so I am trying to revert it.\

This might also be possible in one of those un-editable text-regions... (forget the name)

I might be able to get the code off my laptop and copy it, but my bro is addicted to WoW and I can't get him off

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