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I have a problem with C# arrays! Can anyone help? Here is the scope of the problem I have to solve> I am expected to write a console application that is capable of doing the following: #A user must be able to enter 10 trip distances as a decimal, along with the dates of the trips as string.These values need to be stored in 2 separate arrays. The user might not always want to enter all of the trips at the same time, so as an example, it should be possible for a user to enter the data for a 4 trips and then return later to enter the other 6...or even just enter them one by one. # It must be

MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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it looks like you didn't finish your statement. I mean at the "# it must be"
please just find the attachement below
well, i don't know C#, but i would assume you do

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