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Hi Experts,

   Is it possible to have an array of System.Collections.Generic.List<> ?  If so, how do you declare it?

   Here is my list:

          public static List<myStructure> myList = new List<myStructure>();

    I tried this:

          public static List<myStructure> [] myList = new List<myStructure>() [2];

    The compiler didn't like that much!

Thanks,
axnst2
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What's the compiler error?
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This compiles fine for me:

public static List<myStructure>[] myList = new List<myStructure>[2];
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Thanks a bunch, that was it!
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