Multi Dimensional Array
An array allows to refer related values by the same name and to use a number, called an index or subscript, to tell them apart. Array elements can be of any type, including an array type. Array is the abstract base type of all array types.
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An array that uses more than one index or subscript is called multidimensional. A dimension is a direction in which you can vary the specification of an array's elements. C# supports single-dimensional arrays, multidimensional arrays and array-of-arrays .
Some arrays have two dimensions, therefore, such an array uses two indexes. The following example declares a variable to hold a two-dimensional array of office counts, for buildings 0 through 40 and floors 0 through 5.
byte[,] offices = new byte[41, 6];
The following C# program shows a simple example of how to insert values in a two dimensional array and retrieve the values from two dimensional array.