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    Arrays in C++

    In an array, when you allocate the number of arrays,

    (ie) int x, y, anarray[8][8];

    does that make arrays equalling 8 squared as in 64 arrays????

    I am not certain how this works so I would appreciate any info people can provide

    Thanx

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    Thanx to smirc and V3ERIZON who both helped to get info on C++ .
    You both been a great help
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    Yes, defining an array as int x[8][8] (or similar) would be a 8x8 array which is 64. It would run all the way from x[0][0], x[0][1]... to x[8][8].
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