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Default how to pass address of an array to a dll(in c++)

i'm a newbie in using vb.net...
need help on how to pass address of an array to a dll(coded in c++). i am just testing out my intended coding in a simpler code as shown below.

code is somthing like this

Public Shared Sub testpoint(ByRef N() As Byte)
' Leave function empty - DLLImport attribute forwards calls to
' testpoint to testpoint in test1.DLL.
End Sub

Private Sub Button3_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button3.Click

Dim c(20) As Byte
End Sub

*function to call in the test1.dll*
void testpoint(char & output)
char * t = &output;
t[9] = 'a';

i have created an array which can holds 21 items... but when i call the dll.. the array i got back is just contain 1 item..c(0).

is this the correct way to do it? or there is a better way?
Pls help...

thks in advance...
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