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How to use array Rank in C# ?

How to use array Rank in C# ?
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In C# , the Rank property of the array is is used to get the rank of the array. In simple terms , rank refers to the number of dimensions of the array. How to use array Rank in C# ? You can get the number of dimensions of the array using the Rank property of the array. For instance , the Rank property of the 1-D array results in the value 1 whereas the 2-D array results in the rank value of 2.
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