StringConcat Method
 
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Concatenates two specified instances of String.

Namespace:   System
Assembly:  mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)

public static string Concat(
	string str0,
	string str1
)
public:
static String^ Concat(
	String^ str0,
	String^ str1
)
static member Concat : 
        str0:string *
        str1:string -> string
Public Shared Function Concat (
	str0 As String,
	str1 As String
) As String

Parameters

str0
Type:

The first string to concatenate.

str1
Type:

The second string to concatenate.

Return Value

Type:

The concatenation of str0 and str1.

The method concatenates str0 and str1; it does not add any delimiters.

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You can also use your language's string concatenation operator, such as + in C#, or & and + in Visual Basic)

, to concatenate strings.

An Empty string is used in place of any null argument.

The following example concatenates a person's first, middle, and last name.

using System;

public class ConcatTest {
    public static void Main() {

        // we want to simply quickly add this person's name together
        string fName = "Simon";
        string mName = "Jake";
        string lName = "Harrows";

        // because we want a name to appear with a space in between each name, 
        // put a space on the front of the middle, and last name, allowing for
        // the fact that a space may already be there
        mName = " " + mName.Trim();
        lName = " " + lName.Trim();

        // this line simply concatenates the two strings
        Console.WriteLine("Welcome to this page, '{0}'!", string.Concat( string.Concat(fName, mName), lName ) );
    }
}
// The example displays the following output:
//        Welcome to this page, 'Simon Jake Harrows'!
Public Class ConcatTest
    Public Shared Sub Main()
        Dim fName As String = "Simon"
        Dim mName As String = "Jake"
        Dim lName As String = "Harrows"

        ' We want to simply quickly add this person's name together.
        ' Because we want a name to appear with a space in between each name, 
        ' we put a space on the front of the middle, and last name, allowing for
        ' the fact that a space may already be there.
        mName = " " + mName.Trim()
        lName = " " + lName.Trim()

        ' This line simply concatenates the two strings.
        Console.WriteLine("Welcome to this page, '{0}'!", _
                          String.Concat(String.Concat(fName, mName), lName))
    End Sub
End Class
' The example displays the following output:
'       Welcome to this page, 'Simon Jake Harrows'!
using namespace System;
int main()
{

   // we want to simply quickly add this person's name together
   String^ fName = "Simon";
   String^ mName = "Jake";
   String^ lName = "Harrows";

   // because we want a name to appear with a space in between each name, 
   // put a space on the front of the middle, and last name, allowing for
   // the fact that a space may already be there
   mName = String::Concat(  " ", mName->Trim() );
   lName = String::Concat(  " ", lName->Trim() );

   // this line simply concatenates the two strings
   Console::WriteLine( "Welcome to this page, '{0}'!", String::Concat( String::Concat( fName, mName ), lName ) );
}
// The example displays the following output:
//        Welcome to this page, 'Simon Jake Harrows'!
Universal Windows Platform
Available since 8
.NET Framework
Available since 1.1
Portable Class Library
Supported in: portable .NET platforms
Silverlight
Available since 2.0
Windows Phone Silverlight
Available since 7.0
Windows Phone
Available since 8.1
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