### Definition of Arrays

1. Noun. (plural of array) ¹

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### Literary usage of Arrays

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1. Higher Mathematics: A Textbook for Classical and Engineering Colleges by Mansfield Merriman, Robert Simpson Woodward (1896)
"PRODUCT OF Two arrays. The process explained in the preceding article may be applied to form what is conventionally termed the product of two rectangular ..."

2. Determinants by Laenas Gifford Weld (1896)
"PRODUCT OF Two arrays. The process explained in the preceding article may be applied to form what is conventionally termed the product of two rectangular ..."

3. An Elementary Treatise on the Theory of Determinants: A Text-book for Colleges by Paul Henry Hanus (1903)
"It is often necessary to consider the determinant obtained by applying the process of 53 to two rectangular arrays of elements, ie, arrays in which the ..."

4. SAS 9.1.3 Language Reference: Concepts by SAS Institute (2005)
"A Conceptual View of arrays One-Dimensional Array The following figure is a ... Figure 25.1 One-Dimensional Array arrays MISC MDAY Variables miscl misc2 ..."

5. The Theory of Determinants and Their Applications by Robert Forsyth Scott (1904)
"Minors of these arrays formed from the same selection of rows and columns ... The simplest instance of two such arrays is the original system and its system ..."

6. A Treatise on the Theory of Determinants and Their Applications in Analysis by Robert Forsyth Scott (1880)
"We shall now shew that the determinant ctt | is equal to zero if the two arrays (1) and (2) are redundant (m>n); is equal to the product of the two ..."

7. Programming in Lua by Roberto Ierusalimschy (2003)
"All structures that other languages offer—arrays, records, lists, queues, sets — are represented with tables in Lua. More to the point, tables implement all ..."

8. The Purchasing Power of Money : Its Determination and Relation to Credit by Irving Fisher, Harry Gunnison Brown (1911)
"But the same principles apply to each commodity yielding separate arrays ... Similar arrays relate to the left side. If, as before, we assume a community of ..."