In previous posts, we have learnt how to find the length of the arrays and how to clone an array. Now here we learn how to find out the class of an array.
To make a copy of an array, we call the clone method on the array object. This is illustrated in this implementation:
So far we have seen the declaration and use of rectangular arrays. Java allows us to create non-rectangular arrays.
Multidimensional arrays, as the name suggests, contain more than one dimension. You can create two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and n-dimensional arrays in Java (where n is any natural number).
In my previous post, we have already learned how to declare an array, allocate the space for its elements, and how to modify and access its elements. Now we learn how to initialize a java array.
We create arrays when we want to operate on a collection of variables of the same data type or pass them all around together.
If you are a Java programmer it’s very much important for you to have a better understanding of its Environment and basic concepts. So the very first thing which you should be knowing is, what is a JRE and JDK. While installing Java, you have to inst