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Hi, I need to convert each array generated by two function to string array in order to pass it as string array to another function ....thanks in advance

VB
```Function ConvertIntToString(ByVal intParameter As Integer)

Return intParameter.ToString()

End Function

Function test(ByVal m() As Integer)

Dim ss() As String  = Array.ConvertAll(int,string) ( m,new Converter(int,string)
(ConvertIntToString)

End Function
```

Example
suppose that an integer array is {1,2,3} it will be "{1,2,3}" as string
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Updated 29-Nov-15 0:14am
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PIEBALDconsult 28-Nov-15 11:57am

Well, have at it; don't let us get in the way.
Member 12101107 28-Nov-15 12:13pm

it just a numeric array like that {1,2,0,3}
Maciej Los 28-Nov-15 12:52pm

What have you tried? Where are you stuck?
By string array, you mean string representation of number: '1' or 'one'?
Member 12101107 28-Nov-15 13:40pm

I mean 1 not one this is my code

Function ConvertIntToString(ByVal intParameter As Integer)

Return intParameter.ToString()

End Function

Function test(ByVal m() As Integer)

Dim ss() As String = Array.ConvertAll(int,string) ( m,new Converter(int,string)
(ConvertIntToString)

End Function
ZurdoDev 28-Nov-15 15:16pm

2. What is your question? I sure hope it is not for someone to do all this work for you.
Patrice T 28-Nov-15 16:07pm

Can give a couple of examples array of integers and resulting string.
Member 12101107 29-Nov-15 3:10am

OK ,suppose that an integer array is {1,2,3} it will be {1,2,3} as string
Krunal Rohit 29-Nov-15 3:17am

Try this-
stringArray = intArray.[Select](Function(n) Convert.ToString(n)).ToArray()

This will give you the string array.

-KR
Member 12101107 29-Nov-15 3:48am

Thanks ,it is working
Krunal Rohit 29-Nov-15 4:21am

I'll post it as a answer, accept the solution & close the question. It will help others who'd be having same issue.

-KR

## Solution 2

Try this-
VB
`stringArray = intArray.[Select](Function(n) Convert.ToString(n)).ToArray()`

This will give you the string array.