C# array initialization

Hi to all.

I have a quick problem which I need to be solved.

Lately been looking into lots of C# tutorials, which helped a lot, but still there are some exceptions when using C# into Unity and regular using.

I initialize an array, which is called results, and set 5 elements to it. Now, what I want to do is initialize them in the script, and one more thing - if that is possible, they can hold a value of any int variable right?

Here’s the code

using UnityEngine;
using System.Collections;

public class Label : MonoBehaviour {
	int lives = 5;
	public int[] results = new int[] {15, 1645, 135, 567};
	// Use this for initialization
	void Start () {
	// Update is called once per frame
	void Update () {

It works fine if I initialize the values inside the editor, but this time it’s not what I’m looking for.

If you declare a variable as public, it can be edited in the Inspector.

Once the script has been attached to a GameObject, the init values in the script are ignored.

If those values were used, there would be no point of having the Inspector access.

public int results;

void Update() {
    results = new int[5];
    results[0] = 324;
    // etc...

Is that what you meant?

@VamshiKrishnaP You need to use Vector2