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I have an pointer to an array of System::Byte pointers, and im trying to use the SerialPort.Write function that only accepts
array<unsigned char>^


It is necessary that I used System::Byte pointers because the value of byte array needs to be update from time to time during runtime.


heres my sample code
System::Void MyForm::button1_Click(System::Object^ sender, System::EventArgs^ e)
{

    array<System::Byte^>^ myArray = gcnew array<System::Byte^>(10U);
    myArray[0] = (System::Byte) 0x01;
    myArray[1] = (System::Byte) 0x02;
    myArray[2] = (System::Byte) 0x03;
    myArray[3] = (System::Byte) 0x04;
    myArray[4] = (System::Byte) 0x05;
    myArray[5] = (System::Byte) 0x06;
    myArray[6] = (System::Byte) 0x07;
    myArray[7] = (System::Byte) 0x08;
    myArray[8] = (System::Byte) 0x09;
    myArray[9] = (System::Byte) 0x10;
    SerialPort1->Write(myArray,0,10U);/*ERROR,E0304  no instance of overloaded function "System::IO::Ports::SerialPort::Write" matches the argument list; argument types are: (cli::array<System::Byte ^, 1> ^, int, unsigned int)*/
        object type is: System::IO::Ports::SerialPort ^

}


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