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Try writing some sample program and do some research before posting in forum (this is the only way you can improve your language skills)
And, Answer for your Question is : YES
i have tried it doesnt work
i have tried it doesnt workOf course that doesn't work because it isn't Java. Please read before
array[ b ]=1;
you start banging that keyboard. A hexadecimal literal value takes the
notation 0x10. As far as I can see the array 'array' isn't declared
and defined anywhere. Please use [code] ... [/code] tags around
you source code because what you posted is hardly readable.
not to mention that a byte will only work as an array index up to 127, since that is the largest value a byte can have.