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G. Gonzalez-Morris, I. HortonBeginning Chttps://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4842-5976-4_5

5. Arrays

German Gonzalez-Morris1  and Ivor Horton2
Santiago, Chile

You’ll often need to store many data values of a particular kind in your programs. In a program to track the performance of a basketball team, you might want to store the scores for a season of games and the scores for individual players. You could then output the scores for a particular player over the season or work out an ongoing average as the season progresses. Armed with what you’ve learned so far, you could write a program that does this using a different variable for each score. However, if there are a lot of games ...

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