Arrays Sample

This sample describes and shows how arrays work in C#. For more information, see Arrays (C# Programming Guide).

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To build and run the Arrays sample within Visual Studio

  • On the Debug menu, click Start Without Debugging.

To build and run the Arrays sample at a command prompt

  • Type the following at a command prompt:

    csc arrays.cs


See Also


Passing Arrays as Arguments (C# Programming Guide)

Visual C# Samples

C# Programming Guide


Passing Arrays Using ref and out (C# Programming Guide)