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jacob rasel

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Posted on    April-08-2013 2:49 AM

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Hi All!

Have a look at the following code.,

C#

 string[] testString = new string[jobs.Count];
Equivalent VB.Net

Dim testString() As String = New String(jobs.Count - 1) {}
Why it is taking 'jobs.Count - 1' instead 'jobs.Count' in vb.net while creating new arrays?

Advance thanks!


AVADHESH PATEL

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Posted on    April-08-2013 7:52 AM

Hi Jacob!

In C# the array has the number of elements you provide:

string[] array = new string[2]; // will have two element [0] and [1]
In VB.NET the array has the number of elements you provide, plus one (you specify the max index value):

Dim array(2) As String // will have three elements (0), (1) and (2)

I hope it helpful for you!


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