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Creating an Array of Rectangles

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
I am trying to create an Array of Rectangles but can't quite get there as the syntax for the last line eludes me. Is there a way to do this  please?   Public aSquare(10) As Rectangle ---------------------- Dim noOfSquares(9) As Integer Dim strname(9) As String Dim ii As Integer For ii = 0 To 9 Strname(ii) = "mySquare" & noOfSquares(ii) Dim theName As String theName = strname(ii) 'Dim aSquare( ?? ) As New Rectangle Next

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