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hi
 
i am srinivas. i am storing string value into session.
 
how can i change color in string value
 

string createuser = Convert.ToString(Session["createuser"]);
 

i want
 
Createuser - "Session value";
 
i want session value red color
 
please help me
Posted 23-Dec-10 18:04pm
Edited 23-Dec-10 18:19pm
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Walt Fair, Jr. at 24-Dec-10 0:32am
   
Where will the string be displayed? That's where you need to look to find out how to set its display characteristics, such as color.
Toli Cuturicu at 24-Dec-10 12:57pm
   
Absurdity!
By the way, what color does the number 14 have? Is it blue? What about letter Y. It must be green!

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Solution 1

You seem very confused. A string is simply an array of characters, more pointedly a memory address, it does not store any information about color, fonts, etc. Wherever the string is rendered, a web page, Windows form, printed document, etc is where the color is specified.
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