The above declaration directly creates a two dimensional array named “salaryArray.” This is a straightforward process if you know all the values directly. If you don’t know the values immediately at the time of declaration, the method discussed in the previous sections may be suitable. Even though the declarations are different, the working model is the same in both cases.
The most important issue to remember when using the above method is that the values must be grouped within a set of square brackets for every row of information. Finally, you will combine all of those arrays in another set of square brackets. If you are confused, I suggest you implement the following method:
Even though the above declaration is similar to the previous one (I eliminated the internal sets of square brackets), this would be treated as a single dimensional array, which is quite dangerous!
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