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Basic String Operations

Applications often respond to users by constructing messages based on user input. For example, it is not uncommon for Web sites to respond to a newly logged-on user with a specialized greeting that includes the user's name. Several methods in the System.String and System.Text.StringBuilder classes allow you to dynamically construct custom strings to display in your user interface. These methods also help you perform a number of basic string operations like creating new strings from arrays of bytes, comparing the values of strings, and modifying existing strings.

In This Section

Creating New Strings
Describes basic ways to convert objects into strings and to combine strings.
Trimming and Removing Characters
Describes how to trim or remove characters in a string.
Padding Strings
Describes how to insert characters or empty spaces into a string.
Comparing Strings
Describes how to compare the contents of two or more strings.
Changing Case
Describes how to change the case of characters within a string.
Using the StringBuilder Class
Describes how to create and modify dynamic string objects with the StringBuilder class.
String Manipulation Example
Demonstrates the use of basic string operations.

Related Sections

Converting Types
Describes base type conversion.
Encoding Base Types
Describes how to convert characters into bytes.
Formatting Types
Describes how to format strings using the string format specifiers.
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