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How to pass an explicit array of bytes as a byte array

Posted on 2011-09-04
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I have a method that accepts a byte array as a parameter:
    private void mymsg(byte[] barray)
    {
      ...
    }

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which I currently call:
      byte[] n = { 0x35, 0x04 };
      mymsg( n );

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I'd like to call it in one step instead of two. Something like this (but without the syntax errors)
   mymsg( { 0x35, 0x04 } );

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What's the proper syntax for this?
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Question by:deleyd
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I think the syntax you're looking for is

mymsg(new byte[]{ 0x35, 0x04 });

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although I'm not sure it makes much difference, except saving a line!
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