¹ *Source: wiktionary.com*

### Definition of Arrays

**1.** array [v] - See also: array

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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 ..."