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Array Dimensions

 
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Given the following,
1. public class Test {
2. public static void main(String [] args) {
3. byte [][] big = new byte [7][7];
4. byte [][] b = new byte [2][1];
5. byte b3 = 5;
6. byte b2 [][][][] = new byte [2][3][1][2];
7.
8. }
9. }
which of the following lines of code could be inserted at line 7, and still allow the code to
compile? (Choose four that would work.)
A. b2[0][1] = b;
B. b[0][0] = b3;
C. b2[1][1][0] = b[0][0];
D. b2[1][2][0] = b;
E. b2[0][1][0][0] = b[0][0];
F. b2[0][1] = big;

answer is A,B,E,F

can anyone explain array dimensions here?
 
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A OK. Both are two dimensions array;
B OK. Both are byte primitives;
C Not OK. Left is one dimension array, but right is a byte primitive;
D Not OK. Left is one dimension array, but right is two dimensions array;
E OK. Both are byte primitives;
F OK. Both are two dimensions array;
 
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