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Simon Cooper Peering into the depths of .NET January 2014 Entries
C# via Java: Arrays
The one primitive type that hasn't been covered is the array. An array contains a fixed number of items, and each item is a value of the array's element type. The array elements are individually indexed starting from zero. In comparison to the other primitive types, which are all value types, arrays are reference types. That means that variables of array types don't contain the array directly where the variable is defined, but instead contains a reference to the array. In code, array types are specified ......

Posted On Friday, January 3, 2014 7:23 PM

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