When would you use a Dictionary rather that an Array type in your application?

Here is the answer of the question: When would you use a Dictionary rather that an Array type in your application?

  • when you need a jagged collection structure
  • when you need to store values of the same type
  • when you need to store key-value pairs rather than single values
  • when you need an ordered, searchable list

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