GetUpperBound() Method is used to find the index of the last element of the specified dimension in the array.
public int GetUpperBound (int dimension);
Here, dimension is a zero-based dimension of the array whose upper bound needs to be determined.
Return Value:The return type of this method is System.Int32. This method returns the index of the last element of the specified dimension in the array Or -1 if the specified dimension is empty.
Exception: This method will give IndexOutOfRangeException if the value of dimension is less than zero, or equal or greater than Rank.
Note: GetUpperBound(0) returns the last index in the first dimension of the array, and GetUpperBound(Rank – 1) returns the last index of the last dimension of the array. This method is an O(1) operation.
Below programs illustrate the use of GetUpperBound() Method:
Dimension: 2 Index: 4
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