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illustrates the use of a BitArray

illustrates the use of a BitArray
  illustrates the use of a BitArray

using System;
using System.Collections;

public class Example11_4

  public static void Main()

    // create a BitArray object
    BitArray myBitArray = new BitArray(4);

    // display the Length property
    Console.WriteLine("myBitArray.Length = " +

    // set the four elements of the BitArray
    myBitArray[0] = false;
    myBitArray[1] = true;
    myBitArray[2] = true;
    myBitArray[3] = false;

    // display the elements of the BitArray
    for (int counter = 0; counter < myBitArray.Count; counter++)
      Console.WriteLine("myBitArray[" + counter + "] = " +




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