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Guffa7-Jul-08 11:49
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Luc Pattyn wrote:
All it takes is StringBuilder class, with one of its constructors (string), and ToString().


Oh, circumventing the rule that no methods of the string class should be used, by using methods of another class... Sneaky... Wink | ;)

Then there are some other alternatives to get at the data, like using the Encoding.UTF16.GetBytes method, or use a StreamWriter to write the string to a MemoryStream...

Despite everything, the person most likely to be fooling you next is yourself.

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Questionhow can i write functions in String class without using any tools? Pin
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