# rec6 - Arrays S177 Week 06) Announcements Project 2 due...

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Unformatted text preview: Arrays S177 Week 06) Announcements Project 2 due today Project 3 will be posted tomorrow Questions? Definitions Homogeneous If you have an array A, then A[0] = 0 and A[1] = string is not valid Static Size has to be specified when creating the array Creating an array int age; Creates a variable 'age' which can be used to reference an array of int type. No data can be stored in it age = new int[10]; Now this variable can be used to store data. This array can have 10 int values. These two instructions are equivalent to int age = new int[10]; Accessing data in an array To store a value in an array at some position, do : age[position] = value; So, if you want the first value in the array 'age' as '1', then do : age[0] = 1; Note args was an array of String type. Same as args, if you want to access a value in 'age', you write age[position] Remember that in java most of the time numbering starts with 0. i.e. the first value in 'age' is age[0] and not age[1] cont... This is one way of initializing and assigning values to an array: String days = {&quot;Monday&quot;, &quot;Tuesday&quot;, &quot;Wednesday&quot;, &quot;Thursday&quot;, &quot;Friday&quot;, &quot;Saturday&quot;, &quot;Sunday&quot;}; In this example, days is an array of size 7. Length of array To get the length of String str, we used...
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## rec6 - Arrays S177 Week 06) Announcements Project 2 due...

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