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Learn how to treat multiple related objects as one object with Arrays. Part 1 of 5.
In this video, we'll discuss what an array is and the syntax used to create an array. We’ll look at a demonstration of creating and iterating through an array. In part two, we'll look at how to visualize an array to better understand the data structure. We'll then discuss some of the built in .NET functions for working on an array. In part three, we'll continue working on the array demonstration, this time storing objects as references in an array. In part four, now that we've filled our arrays values, we'll need to retrieve that information. This video shows a demonstration of the various ways one can retrieve data from an array. In part five, we'll end the demonstration by showing how arrays can be used as method parameters.