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An array is used to "group" a number of data elements together so that it can be referenced by an index.
In case an array is not fully initialized, the remaining elements in the array will simply be set to the default value 0 - FALSE by the compiler.
Only one-dimensional arrays are supported with a maximum number of elements defined by the execution architecture. Under X32/NX32 the maximum number of elements is 65535 and the maximum size of each element is also 65535.
Under the NX32L execution there is an unlimited number of elements with an unlimited size of each element.
The actual number and size of the defined arrays are only limited by the available memory.