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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.


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.

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