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C# C# Objects Encapsulation and Arrays Arrays

Josh Lee
Josh Lee
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I think I'm doing this right but it's says I'm doing something wrong...

When i try to submit my answer, it says that I haven't indexed into the array. Not sure what I'm missing. Any help would be appreciated!

double[] lapTimes = new double[4];
lapTimes[0] = 2.2;

var lap3;
double[] finalLapTimes = {2.2, 2.3, 2.5, 2.8}
lap3 = finalLapTimes[3];

1 Answer

On your finalLapTimes array make sure your doing pretty much the same thing you did for lapTimes. As in use the keyword new to create a new instance of the double array then use the curly braces with a comma separated list of values you want to put in.

double[] finalLapTimes = new double[]{2.2, 2.3, 2.5, 2.8};
var lap3 = finalLapTimes[2];

also the final challenge asks for the 3rd item in the array to be assigned to the variable lap3. An array starts with index 0 so make sure you start your counting at 0, which means that the 3rd item would actually be at index 2.

Hope I helped.