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Add to open ended array

Posted on 2003-10-23
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ok so if I create an array like this

obj[] array = new obj[];


how would I add values to this dynamically
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you can use an ArrayList
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obj[] array = new obj[];

is illegal code in C# - you have to specify a size. For dynamic arrays use ArrayList or any other collection from System.Collections, as msdixon already told you
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hey, i gave that answer...
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Actually I agree that msdixon deserved at least some of the points...
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