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T F A two-dimensional array is like several identical arrays put together.

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1 of 2The very $\textbf{purpose}$ of $\textit{multi-dimensional}$ arrays is making $\textit{handling}$ of $\textbf{multiple arrays}$ of the same data type $\textbf{easier}$.

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1 of 3One may want to specify $\textbf{an array}$ for $\textit{each element}$, within the $\textbf{original array}$. We, in that situation, model $\textbf{two}$ types of relationship; assuming representing it as a $\textbf{two-dimensional}$ collection, one that exists between $\textit{rows}$ of the array, and another one exists among the $\textit{columns}$ of that array; this is the representation of $\textit{two-dimensional}$ arrays.

There is an important note we should mention here. The $\textbf{range}$ of any $\textit{index}$ is $[0,(SIZE-1)]$ inclusively. The $\textit{first}$ item has an index 0, and, therefore, the $\textit{last}$ item has an index SIZE-1.

See the below code that shows an example representing the deck of cards.