Array, Basic Computer Science

Array:

Array  :  In programming, when large amount of related data needs to be processed and each data element is stored with different a variable name, it becomes very difficult to manage and manipulate. To deal with such situations, the concept of array is used.   An array is a set of elements of same data type that can be individually referenced by an index. Usually these are placed in contiguous memory locations. Generally two types of array are used:   

  • One dimensional array  
  • Two dimensional array  
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