Logic programming on multidimensional arrays

Now we will take a look at how we can print all the values of the entire multidimensional array used in the previous section, that is, the a array.

If we analyze the declaration of the array, we will see that two for loops will be required to print the entire array, one for rows and one for columns.

We want the controller to scan the complete first row, then the second row, and finally the third. So we add an outer for loop for the rows and set the length limit to the number of rows in the array, in this case two rows. The outer for loop for the rows will look like the following:

for(int i=0;i<2;i++)

This for loop will actually loop twice since we set the limit to 2 for rows. The first loop will ...

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