Arrays in C are similar to arrays in FORTRAN. The technical differences are that in C, the array index starts from 0 (rather than 1, in FORTRAN) and square brackets [ ] (rather than round ( ), in FORTRAN) are used to enclose the index information.
The C programming language is unique from other programming languages in the way it labels two-dimensional arrays. This can be noted in the numerous programs in C containing two-dimensional arrays.
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