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Dynamic arrays are typically used when you need to dynamically create a new array with a specific length and then add elements to it. Static arrays are typically used when you need to create an array with a specific length at the beginning of your program.

Static Arrays:

  • static int[] myArray = new int[10];
  • myArray = new int[] { 20, 30 };

To delete an element from the array, you can use the following code:

  • int[] grades = { "100", "95", "90", "85", "80", "75", "70"};
  • int student1 = 85; //Value to be deleted from array int student2 = 75; //Value to be deleted from array int student3 = 70; //Value to be deleted from array int student4 = 60; //Value to be deleted

The following are the different types of arrays:

  • Array of integers
  • Array of characters
  • Array of objects
  • Multidimensional array

The common uses of arrays in C Sharp are:

  • To store the elements of a list in memory
  • To store the elements of an array in one variable and use it to access all the elements at once
  • To pass an array as a parameter to another function or method

The benefits of using an Array are that it is faster than using a List and can provide better performance when you need to iterate through the list.

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