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Quick C++ -> C# port Question : Octree *m_children[8]; becomes???

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Im following a tutorial as such:

http://kurtm.flipcode.com/devlog-OctreesforPotentialColliders.shtml

Basically we have a constructor:

    Octree()
    {
        for(int i=0; i<8; i++)
        {
            m_children[i] = NULL;
         }
    }

Which setups up the octree

The thing is at the bottom we declare m_children :

Octree      *m_children[8];

Which is basically the type Octree which has pointer to an array of 8???

Sorry just mixing things up here a little.

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Just to update:

  MTOcTree[] children = new MTOcTree[8];

This is what I have ported too, I believe it to be correct but I could be completely reading it arse ways,.... Damn Java has corrupted me.
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