[IronPython] System.Array

Kristof Wagemans kristof.wagemans at gmail.com
Fri Sep 8 19:12:26 CEST 2006

The question is: is there an alternative syntax to create an array of a
specific length. Now you have to go through a static method of System.Array
to create it.

I wanted to know if you can create it directly and keep it looking like
System.Array[int]. Something like: System.Array[int](3). But this throws an



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Did you leave some part of your own question un-answered?  CreateInstance
does just what you said you wanted to know how to do, doesn't it?

At 04:22 AM 9/8/2006, Kristof Wagemans wrote

You can create an int array of length 3 with:
Is there an alternative syntax to create an int array of length 3 without
passing in a tuple with 3 values? I know that I can create one with:

J. Merrill / Analytical Software Corp 
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