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Module Tester

   Sub Main()
      Dim i As Integer

      Dim array1, array2 As Integer() ' declare two arrays

      ' initializer list specifies number of elements
      ' and value of each element
      array1 = New Integer() {2, 7, 4, 8, 5, 14, 90, 70, 60, 37}

      ' allocate array2 based on length of array1
      array2 = New Integer(array1.GetUpperBound(0)) {}

      ' set values in array2 by a calculation
      For i = 0 To array2.GetUpperBound(0)
         array2(i) = 2 + 2 * i
      Next

      Console.WriteLine("Subscript " & vbTab & "Array1" & vbTab & _
         "Array2")

      ' display values for both arrays
      For i = 0 To array1.GetUpperBound(0)
         Console.WriteLine(i & vbTab & array1(i) & vbTab & array2(i))
      Next

   End Sub 

End Module
Subscript       Array1  Array2
0       2       2
1       7       4
2       4       6
3       8       8
4       5       10
5       14      12
6       90      14
7       70      16
8       60      18
9       37      20










8.1.Array
8.1.1.Array declaration
8.1.2.Declaring and allocating an array
8.1.3.Initializing arrays
8.1.4.Display the contents of a single-dimension array
8.1.5.Assing array element value by using index
8.1.6.Computing sum of elements in array.
8.1.7.Initialize Array element during declaration
8.1.8.Array Resize
8.1.9.Insert element in the middle of an Array
8.1.10.One dimesional array performance
8.1.11.Two dimesional array performance
8.1.12.Array Clone
8.1.13.Array length: negative
8.1.14.Reorder the elements of an array in a random order
8.1.15.Swap elements in an array
8.1.16.Use For loop to initialize Integer array