Changing an array argument inside a C# function

Question | Jul 8, 2016 | nextptr 

Arrays in C# are reference type, and can be passed as arguments to functions. This code assigns a new array object to an array argument inside a function:

class Test {
  public void Foo(int[] a) {
     a = new int[4];

// create instance of Test and call method Foo
int[] iArr = new [] { 1,2,3 };
var t = new Test();

What will be contents of array - iArr - after the call to t.Foo()?