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`Define two arrays of one dimension and test if their lengths are equal and compare the elements in the corresponding places, for example the length of the first array equal  5 and the length of the second array  equal  5.  In the event that the length of both are  equal, compare the elements in the corresponding places, such as element 1 with element 1, and print the largest element in them. in case that the two elements are equal print any one of both. note : write array length by (read line ) sentence and the elements for each array by  (for loop) sentence.`

What I have tried:

int [i]
for (int i = 0; i < 5 i++) {
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## Solution 1

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## Solution 2

The topic "Define an array in c#" is well explained on W3Schools
C# Arrays[^]
This is a good starting point for this particular exercise
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