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array of structures

In programming, a set of structures, each of which contains two or more variables of the same or different types. Structures are typically used to hold a data record (row). See variable.
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Besides the remarkable array of structures and statues, the city has forged itself into a centre for international film festivals, book fairs, music concerts and art shows.
The "golden years" of bridge construction were arguably through the 1920s when a diverse array of structures was built all over the intensively agricultural parts of southern Manitoba.
Throughout his long tenure, director Kurt Finsten has commissioned an amazing array of structures by both artists and architects: a guesthouse designed by Jorge Pardo, a pavilion by Dan Graham, a small exhibition space by the Japanese architecture firm Atelier Bow-Wow, and a photography studio built as a collaboration with architects from Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles.

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