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can't serialize object if it has multi-dimensional arrays

There's a 3rd party object that I have, which has a multi-dimensional array
on it.
I'm getting an error about that multi-dimensional array -- that I can't
serialize with it in there.

Is there something i can do before I serialize? ie
myStringwriter. Removearrays();

Or am I basically stuck...
Thanks, Jason Shohet
Nov 15 '05 #1
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