As a developer you of course know what arrays are. They are basically a place in which you can store a set of items, generally of the same type. In the .NET Framework 4.0 (as in older versions), arrays are reference types all deriving from the
System.Array class and can be both one-dimensional and multidimensional.
You can either declare an array and use it later in your code or declare it and assign it with objects. The following is an example of declaring an array of
String objects, ...