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C# C# Objects Encapsulation and Arrays Arrays

Tojo Alex
Tojo Alex
Courses Plus Student 13,331 Points

I think this is what I do but I'm not sure

I think you are meant to set the third item in the array to lap3 but it gives an error if you know what do here please tell me

double[] lapTimes = new double[4];
lapTimes[0] = 2.2;
double[] finalLapTimes = {2.2, 2.3, 2.5, 2.8};

2 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
222,048 Points

No, you won't make any changes to the new array. The instructions say, "Set lap3 to the value in the third item of the finalLapTimes array."

So you'll create a new variable named "lap3". You'll assign it the value that is currently in the third item of the array.