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Robert Rohde18-Apr-06 5:23
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As you are a beginner just some more infos which might have caused your confusion:
Not having the ref keyword doesn't mean changes to the array aren't affecting the caller. It just means that changing the reference of the parameter doesn't has any effect. If you change the contents of the array the caller will still notice it.
public void DoSomething(int[] values)
{
   values = new int[] { 1, 2, 3 };
   //you are changing the reference of values 
   //so the caller won't notice any difference
}

public void DoSomething(int[] values)
{
   values[0] = 1;
   values[1] = 2;
   values[2] = 3;
   //you are changing the contents of values
   //so the caller will notice the difference
}

public void DoSomething(ref int[] values)
{
   values = new int[] { 1, 2, 3 };
   //you are changing the reference of values and because 
   //of ref the caller will notice the difference
}

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