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converting variants that contain safe arrays of variants

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Can anybody tell me how to convert the following code from C++ to C#. C#
receives the paramerters as object's from the COM interface and I have been
unable to find anything that clearly identifies how to extract the data from
objects.

_variant_t varLineNumbers, varLineNames;
if (S_OK!=svc->GetLineList(&v arLineNumbers,& varLineNames))
return false;

CComSafeArray<V ARIANT> saLineNumbers(* (varLineNumbers .parray));
CComSafeArray<V ARIANT> saLineNames(*(v arLineNames.par ray));
ULONG ulCount = saLineNumbers.G etCount();
for (ULONG ul=0;ul<ulCount ;++ul)
{
// Order of information return is name and then value
CComVariant varLineNumber = saLineNumbers.G etAt(ul);
CComVariant varLineName = saLineNames.Get At(ul);

WCHAR szLine[0xff];
swprintf(szLine ,L"Line:%d
Name:%s",varLin eNumber.uintVal ,varLineName.bs trVal);
MessageBox(szLi ne);
}

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