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Strings in .NET

, 25 Apr 2004
Strings in .NET are special - this article shows why.

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Ernst Kuschke
Web Developer
South Africa South Africa
Ernst develops software for the agricultural industry.
He moderates the SADeveloper INETA community, and gives talks on development-related stuff from time to time.
He is an MVP in Visual C#, but whilst he advocates the adoption of .NET, he is also skilled in non-Microsoft technologies.
Sometimes he chats about it.

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