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How to serialize twodimensional arrays

Hello there,

I want to serialize a twodimensional array:


public string[,] Table
get { return _table; }
set { _table = value; }

Is this possible by using the attribute
System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlAr ray? How do I have to define the
attribute to serialize my twodimensional array?


Nov 8 '07 #1
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Norbert Pürringer wrote:
I want to serialize a twodimensional array:


public string[,] Table
get { return _table; }
set { _table = value; }

Is this possible by using the attribute
System.Xml.Seri alization.XmlAr ray? How do I have to define the
attribute to serialize my twodimensional array?
XML serialization for multi-dimensional arrays is not supported.

Martin Honnen --- MVP XML
Nov 8 '07 #2

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