Review my answers on arrays

//1. Create an array of integers named MyIntegerArray, and make it so that it will hold ten elements.  Do this on one line of code.  1.2

int [] MyIntegerArray = new int [10];

//2. Create an array of strings with the name MyStringArray, and give it a holding capacity of seventeen strings.  Do this with two lines of code.  1.2

String [] MyStringArray;
MyStringArray = new String[17];

//3. Create an implicitly sized string array called Beatles, with the elements John, Paul, George, and Ringo.  1.2

String [] Beatles = {"John"," Paul", "George", "Ringo"};

//4. Use Sort on your Beatles array to put the names in alphabetical order.  1.3


//5. Call the IsSynchronized property for any of the arrays you created and check to see if they are threadsafe.  1.3

if (MyIntegerArray.IsSynchronized)
    if (MyStringArray.IsSynchronized)
        if (Beatles.IsSynchronized)

//6. Write the code for a loop that will go through an array and load elements into it.  1.3

            for (int i = 0; i < MyIntegerArray.Length; i++)
                MyIntegerArray[i] = i;

//7. Create a four dimensional rectangular array of integers.  1.4

int [,,,] FourDimensionalArray = new int[3,3,3,3];

//8. Create a two dimensional, ragged array of integers.  1.4

int [][] TwoDimensionalArray = new int[3][];
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Carl TawnConnect With a Mentor Systems and Integration DeveloperCommented:
They all look correct to me.

As with all things the best way to check is to build them into a test app and make sure they all function as expected.
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