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Swap characters in a string

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Just for fun, using xor-swap, avoiding StringBuilder:string input = "AXBYCZ";char[] output = input.ToCharArray();for (int lo = 0, hi = 1; hi < output.Length; lo += 2, hi += 2){ output[lo] = (char)(output[lo] ^ output[hi]); output[hi] = (char)(output[lo] ^ output[hi]); ...
Just for fun, using xor-swap, avoiding StringBuilder:

string input = "AXBYCZ";
char[] output = input.ToCharArray();
 
for (int lo = 0, hi = 1; hi < output.Length; lo += 2, hi += 2)
{
  output[lo] = (char)(output[lo] ^ output[hi]);
  output[hi] = (char)(output[lo] ^ output[hi]);
  output[lo] = (char)(output[lo] ^ output[hi]);
}
 
Console.WriteLine(new string(output));

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GeneralReason for my vote of 5 Working Perfect. Pin
RaisKazi8-Nov-11 3:31
memberRaisKazi8-Nov-11 3:31 
Reason for my vote of 5
Working Perfect.
GeneralThis is working perfect. :) Will Vote-5 once it gets public. Pin
RaisKazi8-Nov-11 0:40
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