I need a logic for processing 2 arrays at a same time.
now the sequence to be followed is (a,d) , (b,e) , (c,d) , (a,e) , (b,d) , (c,e)
The sequence should be maintained.
Hi there. I have a number allocation problem whereby I have 2 arrays built from 2 different sources. The arrays will just contain a listed of sorted numbers
i need to scan both arrays and find the lowest available number that is available in both arrays that is higher than $min which is set to "10".
In a bash script I found the following but though it works I cannot understand its logic
The statement above adds an element to the associative array REMOTESNAP by defining which index "$FS" must be used and by adding the second element "$SNAP" to it.
I could not find an explanation for such smart way to build associative arrays nor the point in the manual of ba