Tag Archives: Arrays


Arrays 13.1 Introduction to Arrays By definition, an array is a list of variables, all with the same data type and name. When we work with a single item, we only need to use one variable. However, if we have a list of items which are of similar type to ...

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Scalers, Arrays, and Associative Arrays

Scalers, Arrays, and Associative Arrays All variables are one of three different types:scalar, array, or associative array. What’s the difference? A scalar variable is the catch all. It can hold numbers, letters, phrases, whatever. It always has a “$” (dollar sign) before it. So if I wanted to assign a ...

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