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            int[ , ] gradeArray = [[87, 96, 70], [68, 87, 90], [94, 100, 90], [100, 81, 82], [78, 75, 100]];
             int[ , ] gradeArray = {{87, 96, 70}, {68, 87, 90}, {94, 100, 90}, {100, 81, 82}, {78, 75, 100}};
             int( , ) gradeArray = {87, 96, 70, 68, 87, 90, 94, 100, 90, 100, 81, 82, 78, 75, 100};
             int gradeArray[] = [{87, 96, 70}, {68, 87, 90}, {94, 100, 90}, {100, 81, 82}, {78, 75, 100}];
 
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int[ , ] gradeArray = {{87, 96, 70}, {68, 87, 90}, {94, 100, 90}, {100, 81, 82}, {78, 75, 100}};
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