Question

What would be the results after the following code was executed? int[] x = {23, 55, 83, 19}; int[] y = {36, 78, 12, 24}; x = y; y = x; group of answer choices x[] = {36, 78, 12,

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The correct option is B) x[] = {36, 78, 12, 24} and y[] = {36, 78, 12, 24}.
The results after the given code was executed is x[] = {36, 78, 12, 24} and y[] = {36, 78, 12, 24}.

### What is array?

An array is a group of elements the same type that are stored in adjacent memory locations and may be accessed individually by using a reference to a unique identifier.
Some key features regarding the array are-
• An array of five int values can be declared without having to declare five distinct variables (one with own identifier).
• Because arrays are blocks containing static memory which size must be specified at compile time, the elements field inside square brackets [], denoting the amount of elements in the array, needs to be a constant expression.
• Are left uninitialized by default. This indicates that none of its members are assigned a specific value; its contents are unknown at the time the array is defined.
• The initializer can also be empty, with only the braces: { }
Now, for the given programme,
for(int a = 0; a < x.length; a++)
{
x[a] = y[a];
y[a] = x[a];
}
After execution of the programme, the result obtain will be;
x[] = {36, 78, 12, 24}
y[] = {36, 78, 12, 24}.
Therefore, the output of the given programme is obtained.
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The complete question is-
What would be the results after the following code was executed?
int[] x = {23, 55, 83, 19};
int[] y = {36, 78, 12, 24};
for(int a = 0; a < x.length; a++)
{
x[a] = y[a];
y[a] = x[a];
}
A) x[] = {36, 78, 12, 24} and y[] = {23, 55, 83, 19}
B) x[] = {36, 78, 12, 24} and y[] = {36, 78, 12, 24}
C) x[] = {23, 55, 83, 19} and y[] = {23, 55, 83, 19}
D) This is a compilation error.