-> An array is a data structure whose domain is a finite subset of Euclidean n-spaceRn. Arrays are customarily assigned the datatype of the elements that they contain, which can be one and only one datatype.
For example, arrays can be integer-, real-, string-, or character-valued, but elements of more than one such type are not usually contained in an array.
see this :=> When we delete data in an array we first will dalete "datavalue 5" next to that will be "datavalue 4","datavalue 3", "datavalue 2" until there will be no data left in the structure.
Sunday, March 1, 2009
she's blogging--> Rina Rubia at 7:48 PM