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Hi All

I wanna Add object[] to array list in my Project as Follow :

object[] obj= {"111","Sara","200","300"}

and define :

arrayList arr = new arrayList(200);
this.arr.Insert(k,obj);
k++;

What I have tried:

I used this.arr.add() but does not work
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Updated 26-Nov-17 22:42pm
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There are two direct problems here, and one indirect.
1) ArrayList is not the same as arrayList - C# is case sensitive.
2) You declare arr as a local variable - which means it is scoped to the method in which it is declared. You cannot access it via the class instance, which is what this is there for.
C#
ArrayList arr = new ArrayList(200);
arr.Add(obj);


The indirect problem is that ArrayList was superseded in V2 of C#, waaaay back in 2005 by Generic Collections, which are a lot better as they are typesafe. ArrayList should not be used in new projects.
 
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