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    multidimensional arrays

    The using of multidimensional arrays (with 3,4 or more dimensions) do the programming more easy and avoid the errors of its indexing in contrast to 1 dimensional arrays.
    The only problem which i have listen is that the access of its values is more slow because the data are saved at difference places of memory (multiple malloc for all dimension). This is right? Or is too less the time difference that the above problem does not important enough to look?

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    Is this a C or C++ problem? Is the array size/dimension known at compile time, or dynamic runtime provided parameters?
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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