**Part I:**

Would like to compare int value T1 index[0...3] to int value D1 index[0...3].

There are 3 possibilities I am interested in writing to screen or capturing.

1. Is the value of T1[0] equal to D1[0] // if not then.

2. Is the value of T1[0] < D1[0] // if not I know D1[0] is larger.

3. Steps 1 & 2 fail, I know D1[0] is larger.

Once prototype done the arrays will actually have 18 values (golf scores). Each array (golf score will get compared to all others.

Example: If 10 Players, Player 1's score gets compared to the other 9.

Player 2 gets compared to P3-P10, Player 3 gets compared to P4-P10. Based on the number of players the compare equation is

[Player(n) = NumberofPlayer - n]

Of course I want the program to compare results and show a 1 on 1 player comparison showing the 1up, even, status of each hole.

Since there are different players week to week and handicaps do change from time to time, I would like to enter name and handicap and corresponding score on each use. However I could live with static for now and just 999 when player not there.

I have made good progress and have a good working method for figuring the net score using the handicap system. I am a hobbyist with a strong technical background. Just looking for a jump start.

Any help on structuring a compare or equals statement would be appreciated.

// File Name: MethodCompareNetGolfScore // Author - Tim Camper using System; public class Compare { public static void Main() { int[] T1 = new int[3] { 1, 2, 3 }; int[] D1 = new int[3] { 4, 5, 6 }; Console.Out.WriteLine(""); for (int i = 0; i < T1.Length; i++) Console.WriteLine(" Hole " + (i+1) + ": " + T1[i]);