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- An array type is written as the name of an element type followed by one or more empty pairs of square brackets.
- For example, int is the type corresponding to a one-dimensional array of integers.
- An array's length is not part of its type.
- The element type of an array may be any type, whether primitive or reference, including interface types and abstract class types.