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Assume that an array named a containing exactly 5 integers has been declared and initialized.
Assume that an array of integers named salarySteps that contains exactly five elements has been declared.
Given that an array named a has been declared, assign -1 to the last element in a.
Assume that an array named salarySteps whose elements are of type int and that has exactly five elements has already been declared.
Given that an array named a with elements of type Integer has been declared, assign 3 to its first element.
We informally define the term corresponding element as follows: The first element in an array and the last element of the array are corresponding elements.
Given that the array monthSales of integers has already been declared and that its elements contain sales data for the 12 months of the year in order (i.e., January, February, etc.), write a statement that writes to standard output the element corresponding to October.
Assume that the array arr has been declared. Write a statement that assigns the next to last element of the array to the variable x, which has already been declared.
Given an array a, declared to contain 34 elements, write an expression that refers to the last element of the array.
Given an array a, write an expression that refers to the first element of the array.
An array of integers named parking Tickets has been declared and initialized to the number of parking tickets given out by the city police each day since the beginning of the current year.
Given an Integer variable k, an Integer array incompletes that has been declared and initialized, an int variable studenID that has been initialized, and an int variable numberOfIncompletes, write code that counts the number of times the value of studentID appears in incompletes and assigns this value to numberOfIncompletes.