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DK007 February 2016
### Creating matrices using for-loops in C

I'm trying to create 2 matrices using for loops in C.

Matrix A is [18x16], where each element A[i,j] = i + j, for (i=1,...,18; j=1,...,16)

Matrix B is [16x18], where each element B[i,j] = i + 2j, for (i=1,...,16; j=1,...,18)

According to my Ubuntu (virtual machine) terminal output, I'm missing an entire row for Matrix A, and both Matrix A and B have incorrect elements at two specific places: A[17,16] and B[15,18], respectfully (please see picture below).

Code is as follows, and any help would be appreciated.

```
#include <stdio.h>
int A[18][16];
int B[16][18];
int i, j;
int main(void)
{
// Create the A matrix
for(i = 1; i < 18; i++){
for(j = 1; j < 16; j++){
A[i][j] = i + j;
printf("%d ", A[i][j]);
} // End inner loop
printf("\n");
} // End outer loop
printf("\n");
// Create the B matrix
for(i = 1; i < 16; i++){
for(j = 1; j < 18; j++){
B[i][j] = i + (2*j);
printf("%d ", B[i][j]);
} // End inner loop
printf("\n");
} // End outer loop
}
```

**Terminal output:**

As Holsetly pointed out, C is 0-based.

So you need to make the following changes.

```
for(i = 0; i < 18; i++){
for(j = 0; j < 16; j++){
A[i][j] = i + j + 2; // Add 1 for i, 1 for j
printf("%d ", A[i][j]);
} // End inner loop
printf("\n");
} // End outer loop
```

Similarly, make changes for the other loop.

Edit: For the second loop, you need to add 3, to `i + 2j`

to get the proper answer.

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