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T F The first size declarator (in the declaration of a two-dimensional array) represents the number of columns. The second size definition represents the number of rows.

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A two-dimensional array is an array\textbf{array} where each element\textit{each element} is an array\textbf{an array} by itself. We, in that situation, model two\textbf{two} types of relationship; assuming representing it as a two-dimensional\textbf{two-dimensional} collection, one that exists between rows\textit{rows} of the array, which has the first size\textbf{first size} declarator, and another one exists among the columns\textit{columns} of that array, which has the second size\textbf{second size} declarator.

There is an important note we should mention here. The range\textbf{range} of any index\textit{index} is [0,(SIZE1)][0,(SIZE-1)] inclusively. The first\textit{first} item has an index 0, and, therefore, the last\textit{last} item has an index SIZE-1.

See the below program where the rows\textbf{rows} represents ranks\textit{ranks} of a deck of cards, and the columns\textbf{columns} represent the suits\textit{suits}.

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