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Reverse of a string without using the Reverse function in C# and VB

, 23 Jul 2011 CPOL
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I wouldn't create a class for this. I'd make it an extension method, and then do this:public static class String Extensions{ public static string Reverse(this string value) { value = // do your reverse code here; return value; }}// Usage:string x...
I wouldn't create a class for this. I'd make it an extension method, and then do this:
 
public static class String Extensions
{
    public static string Reverse(this string value)
    {
        value = // do your reverse code here;
        return value;
    }
}
 
// Usage:

string x = "reverse";
x = x.Reverse();

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