C Programming Memory Representation arrays | Multidimensional Array Memory Representation

Memory Representation of Multidimensional Array in C Language | C Programming Memory Representation  arrays | Multidimensional Array Memory Representation


Memory Representation
  • 2-D arrays are Stored in contiguous memory location row wise.
  • 3 X 3 Array is shown below in the first Diagram.
  • Consider 3×3 Array is stored in Contiguous memory location which starts from 4000 .
  • Array element a[0][0] will be stored at address 4000 again a[0][1] will be stored to next memory location i.e Elements stored row-wise
  • After Elements of First Row are stored in appropriate memory location , elements of next row get their corresponding mem. locations.

Basic Memory Address Calculation :

a[0][1] = a[0][0] + Size of Data Type
ElementMemory Location

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