C# Passing Array to Function2 min read

In this tutorial, we will learn how to pass an array to function in C#. Before that you need to have an idea on following topics in C#.

We use a function to reuse a block of code in a program. And we can pass an array to the function as a parameter. To pass an array, we need to provide an array name as an argument of a function. Example:

C# Passing Array to Function

Let us see it in a demonstration for passing an array to a function in C#. We will pass an array and find the largest element in a function.


Another Example: C# Program to find the sum of all the elements present in an array.

In the program below, we will return the sum value from the user-defined function to the main function.

And you can see that, unlike the above example where we declared the function static, here function is non-static which means we need an object reference of the class to access a non-static function. Object obj is created as an instance of ArrayToFunc class.



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