array^ temp0 = {"Test","Test2"}; how to create a new instance to populate it later

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array<System::Object^>^ temp0 = {"Test","Test2"};

this works fine, but the problem is to create a new instance of it, I looked it up all over the internet specially msdn and I couldn't find anything related to creating a new instance and defining a size of it or allocate it dynamically.

I was thinking something like this:

array<System::Object^>^ temp0 (2) = new array<System::Object^>^();

But this obviously doesn't work. Someone know how to define new instance with defined size or without defined size? I want to be able to populate it from a for loop after like: temp0[3] = "Test3";

I hope I was clear enough. Thanks in advance.

2012-04-04 00:38
by Grego


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You cannot create an array without a defined size. You can either create an array with a defined size and default-initialized elements:

array<Object^>^ temp0 = gcnew array<Object^>(numElements); // numElements is int

or with specific values:

array<String^>^ temp0 = gcnew array<String^> { L"Test", L"Test2" };
2012-04-04 01:02
by ildjarn
Thanks. That's exactly what I neede - Grego 2012-04-04 01:09