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Hello I have the following piece of code,
 
Console.WriteLine("YES Found SyncMode5");
int myValue = (int) subkey1.GetValue("SyncMode5");
Console.WriteLine("miValor: ", myValue);
Console.WriteLine(myValue);
And the following is the output
 
Windows 7 Professional
YES Found SyncMode5
miValor:
2
 
Questions
1. Why miValor: does not output the number 2 ?
2. Why Console.WriteLine(myValue) it does output the number 2?
 
I would like to show the number 2 next to miValor.
Thanks 4 ur help,
G
Posted 22-Feb-13 12:44pm
namerg389

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Solution 1

Console.WriteLine("YES Found SyncMode5");
int myValue = (int) subkey1.GetValue("SyncMode5");
Console.WriteLine("miValor: {0}", myValue);
 
Do you see the difference?
 
Regards,
 
Manfred
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namerg at 22-Feb-13 18:24pm
   
Manfred,
You got it. Can you explain me why the {0} ?
I am new with C#, I do understand {0} as an array.
Thanks for your help.
Garth J Lancaster at 22-Feb-13 18:29pm
   
no - in this case {0} IS NOT an array - its a 'placeholder' for a variable to be inserted into the output
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov at 22-Feb-13 18:25pm
   
Captain Obvious to help: there is a difference! My 5. :-)
—SA
namerg at 22-Feb-13 18:34pm
   
Thank you guys. You solved my issue and questions.
I got the desired result through this:
Console.WriteLine("Current CHECK FOR NEWER VERSIONS OF STORED PAGES value: {0} {1} Eveytime I start IE", myValue, myValue);
Matt T Heffron at 22-Feb-13 21:03pm
   
If you're going to output the same value more than once in a given Console.WriteLine, then you don't need it multiple times in the arguments. Unlike c & c++, the {n} (where n is an integer >= 0) can be used multiple times to reference the same positional argument:
Console.WriteLine("Current CHECK FOR NEWER VERSIONS OF STORED PAGES value: {0} {0} Eveytime I start IE", myValue);

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