C# Programming videos | C# Part 12 - Arrays

Posted by Andrew Gould on 27 November 2014

This part of the Introduction to Visual C# series teaches you how to use arrays. You'll learn how to declare and set the dimensions of an array, how to initialise and change values in an array and how to read values from an array. You'll also see how to loop through an array using three different types of loop, as well as how to sort arrays and search an array for a particular value. Later in the video you'll learn how to work with multidimensional arrays and also find out how to resize an array (although this isn't something you should really be doing!).

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