When an Array of a given type and dimension is declared, any subsequent identifiers on that line can add dimensions -- provided that the brackets indicating the additional dimensions come after the associated identifier.
inta, b, c;
In the above declaration, a and b are both declared as 2-dimensional Arrays, while c adds a dimension to become a 3-dimensional Array.
Note, however, that in the declaration below, d is a 2-dimensional Array (an Object), while e remains a primitive int.
int d, e;
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