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I came across this question in cerPal and I got confused in 3d array.

I understand that 2d array is a array of arrays. how does it work with 3d, 4d arrays ?





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Hello rohini....
In java multidimensional arrays are implented as arrays of arrays ...
1-D array can hold the primitives or references of specified type...
2-D array hold refereces to 1-D array objects...
Similarly, 3-D array hold refereces to 2-D array objects and so on...

Also , note that arrays in java are objects...
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