Magnitude measured in a particular direction or along a diameter or principal axis. Dimensions show work piece size on blueprints.
The zero-based number or numbers inside brackets in an array declaration that define the arrays size. For example, char p declares a one-dimensional character array that has ten elements. To declare arrays of two or more dimensions, place each dimension in its own set of brackets, as in char x .
Each subscript of an array corresponds to a dimension of the array; arrays may have from one to seven dimensions. The number of dimensions is an array's rank. See also extent.
The number of indexes associated with an element in an array.
A range of values for one subscript or index of an array. An array can have from 1 to 7 dimensions. The number of dimensions is the rank of the array.
1. a non-negative integer indicating the number of objects an array can hold along one axis. If the array is a vector with a fill pointer, the fill pointer is ignored. The second dimension of that array is 7. 2. an axis of an array. This array has six dimensions.
(1) An axis; (2) The length of an axis; (3) The rank; N-dimensional array is synonymous to array of rank N.
The property of an array that specifies the direction along an axis in which the array elements are stored. For example, a two-dimensional array has an X-axis for columns and a Y-axis for rows. See Array.