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Greetings, I'm enjoying working through your practice exams. This question asks if int x[] = {2,7,4,9); is legal. AFAIK a curly brace can't be closed by a paren, which would mean that it isn't legal.

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Hmm, it seems that all closing braces are being rendered as parens on my system, so my report probably isn't accurate. Sorry.

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