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  1. An array is a collection of similar data types that are stored in different memory locations.
  2. The array elements are stored in continuous memory locations. The amount of storage required for holding the elements of an array depends on its type and size.
  3. The declaration and initialization of one-, two-, and multi-dimensional arrays are studied in this chapter with programming examples.
  4. How can array elements be accessed through pointers? The answer to this question is supported by theory and programs.
  5. Passing individual array elements to a function and passing entire elements to a function are studied in this chapter.
  6. Pointers and two-dimensional arrays are dealt with in this chapter.
  7. Arrays and classes are also explained.

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