AVR for .NET arrays: the basics Part 1

Storing data in arrays is a key way to implement effective and efficient algorithms. This article series takes a look at the different ways you can use arrays in AVR for .NET. This article explains AVR for .NET array basics.

AVR for .NET arrays: dynamically-sized arrays Part 2

AVR for .NET's dynamically-sized ranked arrays let array element sizes be determined at runtime. This article explains how to use ranked arrays.

AVR for .NET arrays: methods and properties Part 3

Arrays in AVR are instances of .NET's System.Array class. This article explains some of the ways you can use AVR for .NET array methods and properties.

AVR for .NET arrays: arrays as arguments Part 4

You can easily pass an AVR for .NET array, as an argument, to subroutines and functions. This article explains how and reveals a "gotcha"!

AVR for .NET arrays: using DclAliasGroup Part 5

When reading from a record format in a physical or logical file it is often handy to map fields from that format to array elements. This article shows you how.