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T F C++ allows you to create arrays with three or more dimensions.

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In C++, you can define multidimensional\textbf{multidimensional} arrays; we may represent it as an array of items where each item is itself an array, for two-dimensional\textit{two-dimensional} arrays. In general, multidimensional arrays are arrays defined within arrays up to the nthn^{th} dimension. See the below program for further explanations.

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