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2-d arrays in C#

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Does anyone know of any good tutorials on mult-dimensional arrays in C#, and some simple type of 'hello world' examples dealing with 2-d arrays?

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C# Tutorial Lesson 6: Arrays
http://www.softsteel.co.uk/tutorials/cSharp/lesson6.html

Goes over single-dimensional arrays, and two types of multidimensional arrays: rectangular and jagged.
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Thanks.  I'm working on a program that deals with wave files.  I couldn't find any existing libraries to edit them programmatically so I'm starting from scratch, and that involves dealing with a lot of byte arrays.
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