String and StringBuilder :

String

A string is a sequential collection of Unicode characters that is used to represent text. A String Object is a sequential collection of system . Char object that represent a string. The Value of string object is the content of the sequential collection, and that value is immutable . The maximum size of a String Object in memory is 2GB,or about 1 billion characters.


Properties:

There are two types of property in this

  • Length
  • Chars

  • Length:

    In this we will specify the length of the character of given String .

    Chars:

    In this we will specify the position of the char.

    Methods

    Compare (String ,String ) :

    In this methods compare String object and returns an integer value


    Concat (String ,String) :

    : In this we will Concatenates two specified instances of String.


    Contains :

    Return a value indicates whether the specified String object occurs within this String .


    Copy :

    Creates a new instance of String with the same value as a Specified String.


    IndexOf(string)

    Report the zero-based index of the first occurrence of the specified String in this instance .


    LastindexOf(String)

    Reports the zero based index position of the last occurrence of a specified String within this instance.

    Remove (In32)

    Returns a new string in which all the characters in the current instance ,begging at the specified position and continuing through the last position ,have been deleted.


    ToLower () :

    Returns a copy of this string converted to lowercase .


    ToUpper() :

    Returns a copy of this string converted to uppercase .


    Trim () :

    Remove all leading and trailing white -spaces characters from the current String object.



    A simple Program using String Methods :

    StrMethods.cs:
    class StrMethods
    {
     static void Main()
      {
    	string[]  myStrings={"I" ,"am", "scanf", "hello"};
    	string myStrings=String.Join(".",myString);
    	string myString 10 =myString.Insert(6,"A");
    	Console.WriteLine("myString.Insert(6,\"A,\")="+myString 10);
    	string myString11=myString10.Remove(14,7);
    	Console.WriteLine("myString10.Remove(14,7)=" +myString11)
    	string myString12=myString11.Replace(',','?');
    	Console.WriteLine("myString11. Replace(',','?')=" +myString12)
    	string myString 13 =myString12. Replace ("I am scanf","hello");
    	Console.WriteLine("myString11. Replace(\"I am scanf",\"hello")=" +myString13)
    	Console.ReadLine();
      }
    }   
    


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