FAQ: Arrays - Editing Arrays

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why compiler doing this worst , i kindly request the developer to recorrect the whole course itself …

you can use 2 methods ,

using System;
namespace EditingArrays

class Program
static void Main(string args)

  string[] summerStrut;
  summerStrut = new string[] { "Juice", "Missing U", "Raspberry Beret", "New York Groove", "Make Me Feel", "Rebel Rebel", "Despacito", "Los Angeles" };
  int[] ratings = { 5, 4, 4, 3, 3, 5, 5, 4 };
  // use general code // in this compiler its not  working
  summerStrut[summerStrut.Length-1]="Cardi B’s I Like It";
  // use specific code
  summerStrut[7]="Cardi B’s I Like It";

  // use general code // in this compiler its not  working
  ratings[ratings.Length - 1]= 3;
  // use specific code
  ratings[7]= 3;



click like , if it is useful for beginners …