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Working with the Array | Variables and Data Types
C++ Introduction

Working with the Array

Reminder how to access an array by index

cpp

main.cpp

Note

Index counting starts from zero, making the first element in a list or array the zeroth element.

Task

  • Declare a string array with a size of 5;
  • Initialize the array with the following values:
    • First element: "!";
    • Second element: "World";
    • Third element: ",";
    • Fourth element: "Hello";
    • Fifth element: " ".
  • Construct the message by arranging the elements of the array in the correct order ("Hello, world!")and then set it to the value of the message variable;
  • Output the constructed message.

Everything was clear?

Section 2. Chapter 7
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C++ Introduction

Working with the Array

Reminder how to access an array by index

cpp

main.cpp

Note

Index counting starts from zero, making the first element in a list or array the zeroth element.

Task

  • Declare a string array with a size of 5;
  • Initialize the array with the following values:
    • First element: "!";
    • Second element: "World";
    • Third element: ",";
    • Fourth element: "Hello";
    • Fifth element: " ".
  • Construct the message by arranging the elements of the array in the correct order ("Hello, world!")and then set it to the value of the message variable;
  • Output the constructed message.

Everything was clear?

Section 2. Chapter 7
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