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Question The statement int grades[] = {100, 90, 99, 80}; an

Question : Question The statement int grades[] = {100, 90, 99, 80}; an : 921022

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The statement int grades[] = {100, 90, 99, 80}; is an example of default arguments. an illegal array declaration. an illegal array initialization. implicit array sizing. data encapsulation. The statement typedef int oneDarray[20]; does which of the following? creates an array of 20 integers makes oneDArray a copy of another 20-integer array makes oneDArray an alias for a data type that holds 20 integers creates a one-dimensional integer array with all elements initialized to 20 None of these

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