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How to copy array value into notepad?
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Rajeev Jayaram 2-Mar-12 6:40am    
[Edit] Formatted.
OriginalGriff 2-Mar-12 6:47am     CRLF
Sorry, but that doesn't make a lot of sense. Perhaps if you give us an example of your array, and explain what you want to do with it? Remember that we can't see your screen, access your HDD, or read your mind. Use the "Improve question" widget to edit your question and provide better information.

Use the Clipboard.SetText Method[^] to store the values into clipboard and then it will be available for notepad to be pasted.
 
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dingoxiii66 2-Mar-12 8:17am    
after running my program, I have a value stored in the array public double, I want to use the array as a log file of how to write an array value that existed at public double into notepad?
string FormatArray<T>(T[] arr){
 return string.Join(", ", arr.Select(t => t.ToString()).ToArray());
}


Then you get a string which you can copy into notepad.
 
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dingoxiii66 2-Mar-12 8:18am    
after running my program, I have a value stored in the array public double, I want to use the array as a log file of how to write an array value that existed at public double into notepad?
BobJanova 2-Mar-12 8:53am    
Format it with a method like this (you can pass a double[]) and then copy it to the clipboard.
As an alternative have you considered embedding a notepad clone into your application that way you have full control over how it behaves. I created an exact clone of notepad exactly for that purpose. You can find it here: http://www.simplygoodcode.com/2012/04/notepad-clone-in-net-winforms.html[^]
 
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