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Reading from an SystemArray into an ArrayList???

Posted on 2003-11-07
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HI im trying to read from an array into an arraylist but it keeps on throwing an outofbounds exception,

Numbytes= 1
BufBytes=1
byte[] BufBytes;
ArrayList allBytes = new ArrayList();

while(count != 0)
                        {

                              
                              ReadFile(hComm, BufBytes,NumBytes,ref BytesRead, zero);
                              count = BytesRead;
                              
                        allBytes[i++] = BufBytes[0];
                              
                              }

caN ANYONE HELP!!
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Question by:swordoftruth
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by:purpleblob
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Well the most obvious things is you need to use allBytes.Add - you've created an ArrayList but not actually made any space within the ArrayList

Hope this helps
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Also why do you assigne only the first (with index 0) byte to the ArrayList. And why do you assign the BytesRead to the count variable - just use the BytesRead.
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Here is the code you should be using


 allBytes.Add(BuffBytes[0]);
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