Lecture Notes OverviewChapter 6 provides an introduction to arrays and subscripts. Students will learn the basic steps involved in declaring, initializing, loading, and searching arrays. They will learn about using parallel arrays to solve problems. Students will become familiar with using flags to indicate success in searching and to trigger early exits from search loops. Finally, students will learn how to search for values within ranges. Chapter ObjectivesIn this chapter, you will learn about: •Arrays and how they occupy computer memory •Manipulating an array to replace nested decisions •Using constants with arrays •Searching an array •Using parallel arrays •Searching an array for a range match •Remaining within array bounds •Using a for loop to process arrays Understanding Arrays and How They Occupy Computer Memory 1.Introduce the concept of an arrayAs an introduction, an array is like one row in an Excel spreadsheet. Each cell has a unique identifier, and each cell contains a value. 2.Understand the concept of a subscript(or indexHow Arrays Occupy Computer Memory . ).