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C# Arrays

// `numbers` array that stores integers int[] numbers = { 3, 14, 59 }; // 'characters' array that stores strings string[] characters = new string[] { "Huey", "Dewey", "Louie" };

In C#, an array is a structure representing a fixed length ordered collection of values or objects with the same type.

Arrays make it easier to organize and operate on large amounts of data. For example, rather than creating 100 integer variables, you can just create one array that stores all those integers!

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