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Arrays are used to assign a series of elements of the same type in consecutive memory locations; to define a list of elements. They work similar to variables, except they contain multiple values at different indices.
C++ has a vector class within the std namespace. A vector is similar to an array, in a sense where a series of elements are stored with the same variable name. Unlike arrays, vectors are dynamically sized, which is a major advantage.