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I'm trying to learn some basic encoding with c# for a command line
program and i have the following code:

static void Main(string[] args)
int a,b,d,z;
bool l;
string ba;
ba="Encoded: ";
for (a=0;a<b;a++)
char c = args[a].ToCharArray(); <- problem
while (d<z)
l=Random.Equals (3,20);
ba=ba + c + l.ToString();
Console.WriteLi ne(ba);

I get the error Cannot implicitly convert type 'char[]' to 'char'. How
can i change this?

Feb 10 '06 #1
2 1315
> char c = args[a].ToCharArray(); <- problem

You're getting a char array back and trying to put it into a single char.

char [] c = args[a].ToCharArray(); <- solution

This is going to cause you problems further down.

Feb 10 '06 #2
k, thanks.

Feb 10 '06 #3

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