@mrtino Technically speaking, there are no arrays in C though... 🤔
Well, the language does implement arrays, but... its in fact a pointer to a memory address in the heap... In other words, arrays in C do not start at 0, but at their specific address... Same in C++ If I recall correctly...
So... while in other languages with protected types it might start at 0 or 1, in C/C++ they would trully start at 0x1fffecd or whatever.
You can still use indexes though... but these are just multipliers.