Here is the listing of C# programming examples on Arrays.
1. C# Examples on different types of Arrays
An array is a variable that holds fixed number of values of a certain type. The no of elements an array can hold is called the length or the size of an array. It is used for looping and accessing over the last element. One dimensional array is the simplest type of array in C# that contains only one row to store value in same data type. A two-dimensional array contains two indices to select an element. An array whose elements are again arrays is called a Jagged Array. The elements of a jagged array are of different dimensions and sizes. The number of dimensions of an array is called its rank. Each dimension in an array has an upper and lower bound, which gives the range of values that can be used as subscripts for that dimension. The C# programs in this section performs conversion of a 2D array into 1D array, finds the length array length, determines the upper bound and lower bound of an array, evaluates the rank of a given array and demonstrates the functionalities of a jagged array.
C# Program to Convert a 2D Array into 1D Array
C# Program to get the Length of the Array
C# Program to Get Lower Bound and Upper Bound of an Array
C# Program to Find the Rank of a given Array
C# Program to Demonstrate Jagged Arrays
2. C# Examples on Indexing
Indexers treat the objects same like arrays. Array indexing uses of square brackets () to index array values. The C# programs in this section takes two input arrays and produces a third array by joining one array to another. The remaining programs in the section searches for an array element using array indices, demonstrates the usage of array indexers and finds the maximum and minimum numbers(largest and smallest) in the given array.
C# Program to Get 2 Arrays as Input and Produce a 3rd Array by Appending one to other
C# Program to Search an element with Array Indices
C# Program to Implement Use of Indexers
C# Program to Find Minimum and Maximum of Numbers
3. C# Examples on Sorting, Searching, Copy and Reverse Operations
The C# programs in this section performs sorting, searching, copy and reverse operations on the elements of an array. The programs sorts a list of names alphabetically, copies a section of one array into another, searches for a given element in an array and reverses the contents of an array.
C# Program to Copy a Section of One Array to Another
C# Program to Sort a List of Names in Alphabetical Order
C# Program to Search an Element in an Array
C# Program to Reverse an Array
4. C# Examples on Negation and Average Operations
The negation operator (!) negates or flips the meaning of its operand. The C# programs in this section negates the positive elements of an array. The average of the set of values is the sum of the values divided by the total number of the values. The following program finds the average of all the elements in the array and the remaining program in the section finds the length of the jagged array using certain pre-defined functions.
C# Program to Negate the Positive Elements of Array
C# Program to Find the Average Values of all the Array Elements
C# Program to Find the Length of the Jagged Array using Predefined Functions