What is graph for? [was:Re: [PD] What does number2 for?]

Kyle Klipowicz kyleklip at gmail.com
Wed Oct 11 22:09:21 CEST 2006

I believe that the major differences are:

1)  Tables are not GOP whereas arrays are.
2)  Arrays allow scaling of the Y-axis, tables do not.  For example, with an
array, you can have data stored from -650 to 554 per entry, a table is
limited to a range of +/-1.


On 10/11/06, Mike McGonagle <mjmogo at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/11/06, Frank Barknecht <fbar at footils.org> wrote:
> > Personally I don't use this functionality at all in real life. I don't
> > even use arrays in real life a lot, I only use [table].
> Alright, this begs the question...
> What are the finer points on the differences between an array and a
> table? I thought they were functionally the same, and I was under the
> impression that these names were more of an historical oddity, and not
> so much a functionality difference...
> Thanks,
> Mike
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