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// Create an Array of Strings
var appleProgrammingLanguages: [String] = ["Swift", "Objective-C"]
// Thanks to Swift’s type inference, you don’t have to write the type of the array if you’re initializing it with an array literal containing values of the same type
// Create an Array of Int
var randomNumbers: [Int] = [0, 5, 15, 43]
// Create an Array with default values
var arrayOfThreeElements = [Int](count: 3, repeatedValue: 1)
// Create a new Array by adding two arrays together
var myProgrammingLanguages = appleProgrammingLanguages + otherProgrammingLanguages
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