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    Make an array global

    Hi, I created a two dimensional array and I found out that I cannot just use it locally. So how can I use it in other parts of my program? That is, how can I use it globally?

    **Edit**
    Something I thought might be useful to know is that the array is a dynamic array. Here is how I declare it:

    string[,] NESRomArray = new String[NumberOfRowsInArray, 2];

    Thanks,
    Randell
    Last edited by vandel212; February 18th, 2009 at 04:40 PM.

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    Re: Make an array global

    Last edited by BigEd781; February 18th, 2009 at 05:53 PM.

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    Re: Make an array global

    Is this a winForm or a web appliction ?
    In a WinForm app I would never do a global array. Use the MVP pattern having all your data in the datalayer and use interfaces for access to this data.
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