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C# console application to handle indexoutofrange exception.

Write a C# console application in which you declare an array of five integers and store five values in the array. Write a try block in which you place a loop that attempts to access each element of the array, incrementing a subscript from 0 to 10. Create a catch block that catches the eventual IndexOutOfRangeException; within the block, display "Now you've gone beyond the bounds of the array" on the screen.

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The solution contains a properly written program which displays how to catch an exception when code tries to access an invalid array item. The code included is very easy to understand and follows all the proper coding guidelines.