In this chapter:
Initializing Array Elements 388
Casting Arrays 390
All Arrays Are Implicitly Derived from
All Arrays Implicitly Implement
IEnumerable, ICollection, and
Passing and Returning Arrays 394
Creating Non-Zero–Lower Bound Arrays 395
Array Access Performance 396
Unsafe Array Access and Fixed-Size Array 401
Arrays are mechanisms that allow you to treat several items as a single collection.
The Microsoft .NET common language runtime (CLR) supports single-dimensional arrays,
multidimensional arrays, and jagged arrays (that is, arrays of arrays). All array types
are implicitly derived from the
class, which itself is derived from
System.Object. This means that arrays ...