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Accessing individual elements in an array-please help!


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If I wanted to excute one statement if an element in an array was equal to one thing but excute a different statement if the element was equal to something else how do I write code to access these individual arrays?

So if I had an array like this for example:

my_Array = ['a','a','a','a','42','54','a','a,'2','a','69']

if an element in the array was equal to 'a'
document.write('No number' + '<BR>');
else
if an element in the array was equal to a number
multiply this number by 2.

would I need to use a for loop:
for ( x in my_Array)

but then this is wear i'm stuck what do I equal it to in an if statement??
if (my_Array[x] == ???

cos if I write if (my_Array[x] == a)
it obviously doesen't recognize 'a'
So how do write out an individual element in an Array??

Am i on the right tracks here?
Any help would be great as I'm fairly new tothis as you can probably tell.
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