ILDASM method signature notation
compiler forces the arrays bounds to be zero (only zero based arrays
are CLS compliant). The C++ compiler does not.
We might change our compiler's behavior in a future version.
Have you found any place where this breaks a practical scenario?
Visual C++ compiler and libraries team
> Does anyone know the difference between the array signature notations
> in ILDASM?
> For example some array parameters / return types show up like this:
> MyMethod : int[,](int[,])
> While others show up like this:
> MyMethod : int[0...,0...](int[0...,0...])
> I checked the code to see if maybe one was a "jagged" array, but I
> don't think so. The ILDASM help file doesn't HELP!