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Arrays and Strings

Both arrays and strings are dealt with as objects in C#

In addition, there is special notation in the C# language of arrays and strings

Demonstrations of array types in C#.
Output from the array demonstration program.
A demonstration of strings in C#.
Output from the string demonstration program.
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Use of array types
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Use of string types
In C# it is often more attractive to use a (type parameterized) collection class instead of an array