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Originally posted by Shiva Mohan:



Because in the first line, you are declaring an array of ints.

You cannot store null in that array.

In the second line you are declaring an array of arrays.

Since arrays are objects, references to arrays are object references.

So it is legitimate to store null in that array.

In the third line, ia1[0] is null, so you can't try to access its elements.
[ April 24, 2007: Message edited by: Keith Lynn ]
 
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