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dynamically change array size

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May i know how to dynamically change the array size during runtime? Is there any way to do this in Delphi 3?
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In D4 there is dynamic arrays, but in D3 you can't change arraysizes.
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For example
You can use Variant as array and VarArrayRedim procedure

There is other way create dynamic arrays.
For example you can see how TList implemented
(private FList is pointer to dynamic array)

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