Thanks, that will work. So there is no definitive way to add the values all at 
once, i.e. [1,4,5,76,3] when extending an Array?

Thanks again.

>Ian Thomasn wrote:
>Hi there (whoever you are!)
>
>Your problem is that the [1,2,3] initialiser syntax is actually a
>short cut for creating a new Array() object, not an ArrayExtension().
>So you're replacing the object you just created with new().
>
>What you need to do is to _modify_ your ArrayExtension() object, not replace 
>it.
>
>If you try:
>
>var myArray:ArrayExtension = new ArrayExtension();
>
>myArray.push("Hello");
>myArray.push("Goodbye");
>myArray.push("World");
>
>That should sort your problem.
>
>HTH,
>  Ian
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