“Arrays.” However, we’ll give you just enough syntax here that you can code one-dimensional arrays . Arrays in C# are declared by fixing a set of square brackets to the end of the variable. type of the
individual elements (note that all the elements in an array must be of the same data type).
A note to Visual Basic users: arrays in C# use square brackets, not parentheses. c++ users will be familiar with the square brackets but should carefully check the code presented here because C# syntax
for actually declaring array variables is not the same as c++ syntax.
For example, whereas int represents a single integer; int  represents an array of integers:
int[ ] integers;
To initialize the array with specific dimensions, you can use the new keyword, giving the size in the square brackets after the type name:
II Create a new array of 32 ints.
int integers: new int;
All arrays are reference types and allow reference semantics. Hence, in this code, even though the individual elements are primitive value types, the integers array is a reference type. So if you later write,
.int [ ] copy= integers;
this will simply assign the variable copy to refer to the same array – it won’t create a new array.
To access an individual element within the array, you use the usual syntax, placing the index of the element in square brackets after the name of the array. All C# arrays use zero-based indexing, so you can reference the first variable with the index zero:
integers[O] : 35;
Similarly, you reference the 32 element value with an index value of 31:
integers  : 432;
C#’s ray syntax is flexible. In fact, C# allows you to declare arrays without initializing them so that the array can be dynamically sized later in the program. With this technique, you are basically creating a null reference and later pointing that reference at a dynamically allocated stretch of memory locations requested with the new keyword:·
int[ ] integers;
integers·= new int;
,You can find out how many elements are in any array by using this syntax:
int numElements : .integers.Length; II integers is any reference to an array.