Storing Strings in Arrays in C

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Storing Strings in Arrays in C

As for a limit on how many dimensions of arrays you can have... Theres an unlimited amount.
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  • Submitted on: 2008-04-16 02:30:14

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Unlike web languages like PHP, ASP, Perl, you are NOT able to store text strings in one-dimensional arrays like you would in those web languages. C++ requires the use of 2-dimensional arrays in order to store lines of text. For this to happen C++ uses a mix of character sequences and arrays. As for a limit on how many dimensions of arrays you can have... There's an unlimited amount.

So to start off, we'll use a basic C++ format. Using the input-output stream file, the standard library file, and the strings file.    More detail...

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