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C# C# Objects Encapsulation and Arrays Arrays


Set the first double in the array to 2.2.

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

1 Answer

Eric M
Eric M
11,517 Points

Hi Winston,

Once the array is declared we no longer need to put its type ahead of it. You access the array indices on the variable name itself.

For instance, if I wanted to access the third element of the lapTimes array and store it in a new variable I would use

var third_element = lapTimes[2];

Best of luck,