VB.net equivalent of VBA Array

I am trying to convert the following VBA code to VB.net and am not sure what to do with "Array"

Private Sub PublishRW()
  Dim listPoint As Range
  Dim fullServerName As String
  Dim retUrl As String
  Set listPoint = ActiveCell.ListObject.Range(1, 1)
  fullServerName = ServerName.Value & "_vti_bin"
  If ListDescription.Value = "" Then
    retUrl = ActiveCell.ListObject.Publish(Array(ServerName.Value, ListName.Value), False)
    retUrl = ActiveCell.ListObject.Publish(Array(ServerName.Value, ListName.Value, ListDescription.Value), False)
  End If
  If retUrl <> "" Then
    ActiveSheet.ListObjects.Add xlSrcExternal, Array(fullServerName, ListName.Value), True, xlYes, listPoint
    MsgBox "There was an error during publish, please check the server name"
  End If
  Unload ExportRWList
End Sub
Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAsked:
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Jacques Bourgeois (James Burger)PresidentCommented:
In VB.NET, an array is defined as a list between curly brackets: {34,56} or {"One","Two","Three"}.

In your situation, it could be something like yourWorksheet.ListObjects.Add xlSrcExternal, {fullServerName, ListName.Value}, True, xlYes, listPoint

But since ActiveSheet is internal to

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pls try

Dim array() As String =  {ServerName.Value, ListName.Value}

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