Back in August, one of our interns told us why arrays aren’t actually very frightening. However, if you’re anything like me, that information might have…slipped. So I decided to take another look at arrays!
What is an array, anyway? “In essence, an array is a set or group of values of a particular data type, such as an integer. However, rather than having to declare each and every integer by name, we only have to declare the array itself; the compiler will assign a location number to the elements of the array based on where they are located within the array,” says James. This is a convenient way of keeping track of a series of inputs you’re providing to your system.
Read more from his blog post and let us know what you think!