This chapter has two focuses, the first of which is arrays. Arrays are a “higher order” of data structure that can be used in conjunction with the data types the previous chapter discussed. The second focus of this chapter is on loop structures. Loops are highly useful in performing mathematical iterations, as well as manipulating an array’s different elements. As the chapter progresses, you’ll see that while these focuses are extremely useful on their own, you can also combine them to program powerful matrix math routines. This chapter provides numerous program examples of these concepts, so make sure you understand the basic elements of VB programming that the first four chapters introduced.


Loop Structure Gaussian Elimination Nest Loop Storage Unit Counter Variable 
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