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    How to fill a string array at compile time?

    For some reason I'm drawing a blank on this. I want a public string array filled with definitions at compile time. Possible? Something like

    Public strArray(10) as String
    Public Const strArray(1) = "Wee"
    Public Const strArray(2) = "Woo"

    I know I can fill the array at runtime by just sticking the code in a subroutine and calling it at startup. And that's ok. Just wondering if there is another way.

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    Dim Arr() As string = New String() {"Wee","Woo",etc.}

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