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Q. How do I send & recieve a string[] in a Session?

string[] names = new string[3] {"Matt", "Joanne", "Robert"};

Session("nameArray") = names???
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Umar Topia earned 2000 total points
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You can store anything in Session Varibale

However, while retrieving you will have to cast it in specific Type

string[] names = new string[3] {"Matt", "Joanne", "Robert"};

string[] strarrSessionNames = Session("nameArray") as string[];

or

string[] strarrSessionNames = (string[])(Session("nameArray"));
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by:Umar Topia
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for storing it's a simply statement

string[] names = new string[3] {"Matt", "Joanne", "Robert"};

Session["nameArray"] = names;
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by:pointeman
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Okay, then access the info like:

string matt  = names[0].ToString();
string joanne  = names[1].ToString();
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by:Umar Topia
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Yeah... once you get the array object
then you can play around with it in normal way
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by:pointeman
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thx
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