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    Default Arrayas

    A small music-store application
    plans to manage its entire music inventory and archive. Do you think using
    arrays to hold the data elements is a good use of a data structure? why or
    why
    not?

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    Default Re: Arrayas

    No, for a music store application you'll need to use a database as even a small store will likely have massive amounts of data that will overwhelm an array.

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    Default Re: Arrayas

    You look to be simply dumping your homework into this forum without showing one iota of effort. Why? This is not a good pattern for learning, since your ability to do things on your own will atrophy if you don't exercise it.