is there a command that checks how many strings are within an array as follow

is there a command that would check how many items (in this example -- word items) there are in the following array :: GlobalVars._inputWords
private static string[] inputWords;
 
        public static string[] _inputWords
        {
            get { return inputWords; }
            set { inputWords = value; }
        }
 
public static void removeAllNonAlphaTextFromString(string inputText)
        {
            GlobalVars._inputWords =
                inputText.Split(new char[] { ' ', ',', ';', '.', '-', '/', '|', '\\',
                                             '%', '#', '@', '!', '~', '$', '^', '(',
                                             ')', '+', '[', ']', '{', '}', '"', ':', 
                                             '<', '>', '?',  '\r', '\n', '*' }, StringSplitOptions.RemoveEmptyEntries);        
 
                foreach (string inputWord in GlobalVars._inputWords)
                    Console.WriteLine(inputWord);       
        }

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amillyardAsked:
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Jaime OlivaresConnect With a Mentor Software ArchitectCommented:
GlobalVars._inputWords.Length
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amillyardAuthor Commented:
jaime_olivares:  excellent -- many thanks :-)
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