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Language: VB.NET
Expertise: Beginner
Jun 4, 2004

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Pass a Multi-dimensional Array to a Routine

Passing a multi-dimensional array to a routine is different in .NET. For example, say you have a two-dimensional array called aStrMy2DArray(10,1) as a String data type. Use this code to pass it to a routine.

Private Sub MyRoutine(ByVal aStrMy2DArray as String (,))
 ' aStrMy2DArray as String (,) putting a blank parenthesis 
 ' with comma to define the number of your dimension 
 ' one comma means 2D array, 2 commas means 3D array, so on so forth
 ' ... your code here...
End Sub

' and to execute the routine just accepting array parameter
call MyRoutine(aStrMy2DArray)
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