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C#: c# "string" versus .NET "String"
From: Wayne Erfling 9/13/2006 9:33:06 PM
I'm just getting more hands-on with asp.net / c# after leading a team since 2003.

I can't find any articles describing when the String class is used in asp.net versus when the c# "string" data type is used.

In an example in an early chapter of one book, "string" and "String" and intermingled with no explanation of what convention is being used to choose between them.

I also can't find any articles on the subject after an hour of searching.

Has Microsoft document their convention of when to use "string" versus "String" ?

I certainly don't want to write code by trying one or the other and then wait for errors so I know when to switch to the other one.

I'm an experienced IT professional, I understand case and classes, etc... All I'm trying to understand is when String and string are typically used so that I won't have to struggle with this too often.

Thanks!


C#: c# "string" versus .NET "String"

 

   
     
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