Solution 1 :
You neeed to set a type
ArrayAdapter<T> of items in your array. Set
ArrayAdapter<string> if it’s an array of string items, for example.
var Adapter_ = ArrayAdapter<string>.CreateFromResource(this, Resource.Array.calibre_array, Android.Resource.Layout.SimpleSpinnerItem);
When I run my application and it gets to this section of code breaks:
var Adapter_ = ArrayAdapter.CreateFromResource(this, Resource.Array.calibre_array, Android.Resource.Layout.SimpleSpinnerItem);
This is the error that it’s throwing:
System.MemberAccessException Message=Cannot create an instance of
Type.ContainsGenericParameters is true.
Comment posted by reasoning
1. That is not C code. 2. Please do not post images for code but instead copy it as formatted text into the question –
Comment posted by FluffyKitten
I’m voting to close this question because Stack Overflow is an English-only website
Comment posted by John Mitchell
I think the answer below is significantly better than the 2 responses above. I vote leave it alone as we can clearly see the problem and the solution even if the question isn’t asked in English (I don’t speak that language and I can deduce the meaning from the question)