The following C programming code performs simple operations on arrays. It initializes an array by two different ways and prints out the result of the array initialization.

The output of this program is

oneWay:
i = 0 vect[i] = 1
i = 1 vect[i] = 2
i = 2 vect[i] = 3
i = 3 vect[i] = 4
i = 4 vect[i] = 5
i = 5 vect[i] = 6
i = 6 vect[i] = 7
i = 7 vect[i] = 8
i = 8 vect[i] = 9
i = 9 vect[i] = 0

antherWay:
i = 0 vect[i] = 1
i = 1 vect[i] = 2
i = 2 vect[i] = 3
i = 3 vect[i] = 4
i = 4 vect[i] = 5
i = 5 vect[i] = 6
i = 6 vect[i] = 7
i = 7 vect[i] = 8
i = 8 vect[i] = 9
i = 9 vect[i] = 10

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