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I need to convert const char* const x from C++ to its equivalent C# .How can I do this. ? Thanks.

What I have tried:

I think string would be appropriate here.
Updated 31-Dec-22 10:45am
Richard MacCutchan 30-Apr-18 7:40am    
There is no equivalent, use a readonly string.

You may try to use converter to find out the destination spelling: .NET Code Conversion - Convert Your Code[^]
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hamid18 30-Apr-18 8:11am    
Thanks for always helping me :)
Maciej Los 30-Apr-18 8:21am    
You're very welcome.
CPallini 4-Jun-19 4:58am    
Maciej Los 4-Jun-19 5:18am    
Thank you, Carlo.
using namespace std;
int main() {
    setlocale(LC_ALL, "Russian");
    float  rez = 1, r;
    int i;
    for (i = 1; i <= 10; ++i) {
        cout<<"i"<< i<<"-";
        rez += r;
    rez = rez / 10;
    cout<< rez;
    return 0;
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Graeme_Grant 31-Dec-22 17:13pm    
This was already answered and accepted back in June 2019. Please stick to current questions where help is needed.

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