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Hello:
Ppeople! I have a simple question .I will join the Sl-275 this week! I am very nervous,now !
String[][] s = new String[10][];
c) s is an array of 10 arrays.
statements c) is right or wrong ! Can people discuss it for me ?
Thanks !
 
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I believe the answer is correct.
The declaration
String[][] s = new String[10][];
declares an array named s that refers to an array of 10 elements,
each of which is a reference (null) to an array of String, whose
dimension is unknown (can be initialized to any number you
want).
 
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Yes, the answer is correct. It may also be written as
String[] s[] = new String[10][];

You have a String array of 10 String arrays as Nain Hwu explained.
 
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