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How will you copy from a multi-dimensional array to list or similar collection...?

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Updated 11-Jul-20 17:36pm
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OriginalGriff 11-Jul-20 5:02am    
This is not a good question - we cannot work out from that little what you are trying to do.
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Andre Oosthuizen 11-Jul-20 5:32am    
Member 12712527 11-Jul-20 7:34am    
Sir, you said not to return arrays from a property....so I'm thinking this way...because
I need a method in a class will return a static array which is to be consumed by another class..
Suppose...
class a
{
public static string[,,,] rows;
private string[,,,] DoSomething()
{
Do some work with row...
return row;
}
}

class B
{
public void Consumer()
{
private string[,,,] col;
col=a.row;
Do some work.....
}
}
This will be the program....
Patrice T 11-Jul-20 10:23am    
Use Improve question to update your question.
So that everyone can pay attention to this information.
Member 12712527 11-Jul-20 10:27am    
Sir this is my problem...what shall I do...?

1 solution

You need to get a good book and study the fundamentals of C#. Remember that everyone was once a beginner ! Take a look at books by Jesse Liberty, Chris Sells.

Charles Petzold's .NET Book Zero is free: [^]

This on-line overview by W3Schools is good: [^]

This is a good collection of techniques for copying an array: [^]
 
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