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How to get the Number of Elements in an Array in C# ?

How to get the Number of Elements in an Array in C# ?
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You can use the Length property of the array to return the number of elements in it. Note that once the array is created , you cannot change its length. How to get the Number of Elements in an Array in C# ? Here’s a code snippet demonstrating the usage of the Length property of the array to get the number of elements.
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