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bnathvbdotnet18-Apr-06 4:08
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:(Newbie to c#:

I was working on an example given from a book and I totally got confused.

Please correct me.

I was under the impression that in c# the default way of passing arrays (like any other element) is "byval".

If we don't mention any thing when passing an array to a method, what is the default way?

like

int[] firstarray = {32,33,34};
firstdouble(firstarray);

what is the difference between this way versus this way?

int[] secondarray = {22,23,22};
seconddouble(ref secondarray);

thanks
nath

bnath
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