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Assuming that companyInfo is a class i defined and added an instance of it to an ArrayList, such as
CompanyInfo x = new CompanyInfo();
ArrayList aL = new ArrayList();
//assign value to x

aL.Add(x);

How can i convert this line of VB.NET

Return CType(c.ToArray(GetType(CompanyInfo)), CompanyInfo())

To C# and get the same affect?

The return type of this function is CompanyInfo.

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return (CompanyInfo[])c.ToArray(typeof(CompanyInfo))
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