Dynamic arrays are arrays that are allocated at the run time, rather than at compile time. Because of that Dynamic array can change its size during run time.
In this video, I’m explaining the most important differences between arrays and linked lists, demonstrating how to allocate and deallocate memory using “new” and “delete” keywords, and how to create and use dynamic arrays.
We’ll be writing C++ code using Visual Studio 2019 Comunity.
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