- Arrays Introduction
An array is a series of elements of the same type placed in contiguous memory locations that can be individually referenced by adding an index to a unique identifier.
For arrays of a known size, in this case, use the following declaration:
int arr; //Declares an array named arr of size 10, i.e, you can store 10 integers.
Note Unlike C, C++ allows dynamic allocation of arrays at runtime without special calls like malloc(). If ,
int arr[n] will create an array with space for integers.
Accessing elements of an array:
Indexing in arrays starts from 0.So the first element is stored at arr,the second element at arr and so on through arr.
You will be given an array of integers and you have to print the integers in the reverse order.
The first line of the input contains ,where is the number of integers.The next line contains space-separated integers.
, where is the integer in the array.
Print the integers of the array in the reverse order, space-separated on a single line.
4 1 4 3 2
2 3 4 1