indexed array

indexed array

[′in‚dekst ə′rā]
(computer science)
An array of data items in which the individual items can be accessed by specifying their position through use of a subscript.
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A=B where B is an array), as well as indexed array assignments (e.
The objective of the first technique is to determine whether an indexed array assignment will not increase the size of the array.
To solve the coverage problem for an indexed array assignment, we symbolically compare the size resulting from the indexed assignment with the size of the array before the assignment.