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Hello;

My understanding in declaring an anonymous array is

new <datatype>[] = {"values seperated by comas"}

I've written a sample code like this :



It gives an error line 5 not a statement

Thanks in advance.
[ November 21, 2008: Message edited by: Martijn Verburg ]
 
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You can't just declare an array and do nothing with it. Unlike user defined classes, declaring an array doesn't have a noticeable side-effect. You need to actually use the array.

For example, to pass it into a method.



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