## Example: Program to Calculate Average Using Arrays

```
fun main(args: Array<String>) {
val numArray = doubleArrayOf(45.3, 67.5, -45.6, 20.34, 33.0, 45.6)
var sum = 0.0
for (num in numArray) {
sum += num
}
val average = sum / numArray.size
println("The average is: %.2f".format(average))
}
```

When you run the program, the output will be:

The average is: 27.69

In the above program, the `numArray` stores the floating point values whose average is to be found.

Then, to calculate the `average`, we need to first calculate the `sum` of all elements in the array. This is done using a for-each loop in Java.

Finally, we calculate the average by the formula:

average = sum of numbers / total count

In this case, the total count is given by `numArray.length`

.

Finally, we print the average using `format()`

function so that we limit the decimal points to only 2 using `"%.2f"`

Here's the equivalent Java code: Java Program to calculate average using arrays