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Arrays In Real Life

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The main idea of arrays is grouping objects, items to make things easy or a type of group
visualization to smooth the process of activities. The arranging process can be in a form of
rows and columns which there are many examples in real life that can include (a) post office,
(b) queues in bank, (c) books we read, (d) chess/checkboards that we play, (e) egg cartoons.
The meaning of arrays concept which is stacking, indexes which are in a form of sequences
that can give a better understanding of the situation. In real life, it could be the sequences and
breakdown of different tasks that are required to complete an activity in a high performance
manner. Additionally, understanding of the dependence of events could useful in a complex
project manner as the arrays will be in form of phases with structures work packages,
milestones an deliverables that will be set in a sequential and visualize manner to
successfully complete it. The phases of a project can be set in a visualized manner that can
help in undertaken the right decision to smooth the operations and mitigate any risks that may
occur. Using the graph to visualize a relationship of objects, factors, for example determine a
path for flights between cities, counties. In summary, arrays are the patterns that we set up in
our life to follow. However, sometimes follow arrays can be of disadvantages especially
when it comes to more complex scenarios as there are no set of patterns or similarity in the
way things were operating before it it’s not easy to operate all activities in a sequential
manner as some can be worked in an independent manner.

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