Monday, 14 January 2013 13:56

how to use verbatim string

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verbatim string is a string which is interpreted
by the compiler exactly as it is written, meaning
that even if the string spans multiple lines
or keeps escape characters,etc.

these are not interpreted by compiler and they are kept
with the output-


verbatim string starts with an @ sign character
followed by the string in quotation marks -

string csharp = @"Hello\tWorld"; // produces "Hello\tWorld"
string csharpExample = @"c:\Csharp\sample.txt";
// produces c:\Csharp\sample.txt

always use verbatim string to defin connection
string or query string -

string query = @"INSERT INTO t_Student VALUES
('" + studentObj.FirstName + "','" + studentObj.MiddleName + "','"
+ studentObj.LastName + "','" + studentObj.Address + "','" +
studentObj.MobileNumber + "','" + studentObj.DateOfBirth + "')";

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