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Arrays and Pointers in C and C++

An ARRAY is composed of a series of elements of one data type, such as the number of points scored by a set of football teams, which might be described in mathematical notation as p1,p2,p3......, where the variable p represents `points` and the different subscripts 1,2,3... refer to the different teams. Thus p1 defines the number of points scored by team 1,etc.

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