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How can I use an UENUM in a TArray?

 TArray<EnumAsByte<MyEnum>> m_MyArray;

This should be the correct syntax but I get an error that the enum has no end bracket '>'. My current solution to this problem is having a TArray instead and static_cast:ing the elements to my UENUM-types.

This works fine in code, but I want it to be easily accessible in Blueprint.

Do anyone know if having an UENUM in a TArray is possible?

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asked Apr 30 '14 at 02:20 PM in C++ Programming

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What happens with this:

 TArray< EnumAsByte<MyEnum> > m_MyArray;

UHT currently can't handle arrays ending with >> (we have an internal bug about this).

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answered Apr 30 '14 at 02:25 PM

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It works perfectly. Thanks a lot, Jamie! <3

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