String constants must end with a double quote
Visual Studio 2015
Updated: July 20, 2015
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String constants must begin and end with quotation marks.
- Make sure the string literal ends with a quotation mark ("). If you paste values from other text editors, make sure the pasted character is a valid quotation mark and not one of the characters that resemble it, such as "smart" or "curly" quotation marks (" or ") or two single quotation marks ('').