…Just in case I stumble again over that nasty “Variable of a managed type does not seem to be initialized” message and forgot how to get rid of it:
- Create a type definition for the array you want to initialize, then use that defintion in “var”-section, too.
- By doing so, we can use the “Default”-function to initialize the array and thus suppress that annoying compiler message:
type TMyStringArray = array[0..100] of string; var MyStringArray: TMyStringArray; begin MyStringArray := Default(TMyStringArray); ... end.
That’s it! 🙂