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Posted on 2006-06-15
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Hey Experts,

I have an object\class(Person.cs) with the following data:
private int age;
private string name;
private string address;
...

In another class, I:
ArrayList personObjectAL = new ArrayList( );
loop (add 10 people)
  {
     Person person = new Person( );
     person.age = age;
     person.name = name;
     person.adddres = address;
     ...
     personObjectAL.Add(person)
   }

How do I get the address of the 3rd entry?

Thank you!
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Question by:codeshelp
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by:Ravi Singh
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string address = personObjectAL[2].address;
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Ravi Singh earned 100 total points
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sorry you need to cast the Object to a Person object first, it should be:

string address = ((Person) personObjectAL[2]).address;
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Thank you!
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