Basic Data Structures #12: Create complex multi-dimensional arrays

Tell us what’s happening:

(remember, the outer-most array is level 1)

Why is this so, if arrays use zero-based indexing?

  **Your code so far**
let myNestedArray = [
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['unshift', false, 1, 2, 3, 'complex', 'nested'],
['loop', 'shift', 6, 7, 1000, 'method'],
['concat', false, true, 'spread', 'array'],
['mutate', 1327.98, 'splice', 'slice', 'push'],
['iterate', 1.3849, 7, '8.4876', 'arbitrary', 'depth']
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Challenge: Create complex multi-dimensional arrays

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The depth is not an index

But I imagine there can be an argument on using 0-based counting for depth too, it’s just not a coding thing, it’s just how we choose to describe them

The depth is not an index

That makes sense, thank you!

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