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Doubt in Arrays

rasu rg

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How the allocation will be done in multi dimensional arrays like 4 dimensional arrays, 3 dimensional arrays, how four dimensional arrays will be related to objects or array in two/three dimensional arrays. Where can i get the detail information about array allocations.

Iam scoring 50%-80% in mock tests, but how will be the questions in real scjp exam, will the questions similar to the ones which we are doing in mock tests.
Keith Lynn
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Remember that you are declaring arrays of arrays, so something like int[m][n] will allocate m spaces in an array. Each of these spaces will be references to arrays with n elements.
Naseem Khan
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Here is how the allocation happens for a two dimensional array.

[ July 03, 2006: Message edited by: Naseem Khan ]

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wise owen
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I agree. Here's the link:
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