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I know the upper bound on the number of instances of a class but not the specific number. Is there a way to dynamically construct an instance of a class where the name of the instance is created at the time it is needed?

For example

ClassA Instance# = new ClassA();

where # is a number representing the instance number which is represents a counter on the the number of the instance that is being created.



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Use a generic list of the class, then as them as you need to:

    List<ClassA> lstInstances = new List<ClassA>();

    lstInstances.Add(new ClassA()); //do this as much as you need to

Then you the "instance number" is the index to the list:

    lstInstances[x]

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