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Arrays are a common data storage structure. Arrays in Java allow us to store multiple objects of the same type. It can be used in conjunction with a loop to access elements by index.

A two-step procedure is required to obtain an array. To begin, create a variable with the specified array type. Second, you must use new to allocate memory for the array and assign it to the array variable. As a result, all arrays in Java are dynamically allocated.

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