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Sep 27, 2011

I have a Javascript array object like this:

[0][0] - 32[1] - 13[2] - 26[1][0] - 8[1] - 17[2] - 4[2][0] - 10[1] - 30[2] - 22...etc

and what I want to end up is with an array with the sum of the [0], [1] and [2] values, so for instance with this example, I want an array returned like this:

[50, 60, 52] i.e. this is [(32+8+10), (13+17+30), (26+4+22)]

My real problem with this is that the "inner array" can be any number of (its dynamic), so in my example its just 3 values but it could be for example 5 values e.g.:

[0][0] - 32[1] - 13[2] - 26[3] - 16[4] - 6etc

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