Array list, DOT NET Programming

What is Array List?

An Array is whose size can increase or decrease dynamically. The Array list can hold item of various types. As Array list can increase and decrease his size dynamically you do not have to use the REDIM keyword. You can access any item in the array using the INDEX value of that array position.

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