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Yes, this is quite simple

Test = {} // First dimension
Test[1] = {} // Second dimension
Test[1][1] = 10
Test[2] = {}
Test[2][1] = "Hello World"

You can go as deep as you like...

>Is it possible to define multidimensional arrays in Lua?


>Some_array [ i, j, k,,n ] = some_value
>for values of i, j, n

>I don't believe that this is an associative array issue.

>Information on what is probably a really straightforward subject will be
>gratefully received.

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