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what is the purpose of Split('^') in C sharp
arti s.v 6-Sep-12 2:00am    
Thank u all..i got the answer..
Prasad_Kulkarni 6-Sep-12 2:15am    
Glad it helps!
Your're welcome..

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Split separates strings. This method handles splitting upon string and character delimiters.

MSDN[^]: Split returns a string array that contains the substrings in this string that are delimited by elements of a specified Unicode character array. A parameter specifies whether to return empty array elements.

Say if your input string is "A,B,C" you split on the comma to get an array of: "A" "B" "C".

Get some examples and detailed description here:
Splitting string in C#[^]
How to use C# string Split[^]
C# Split[^]

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ridoy 6-Sep-12 1:57am    
Nothing left for me to give an answer..:)...good explanation..+5
Prasad_Kulkarni 6-Sep-12 1:59am    
:) Thank you Ridoy!
Mohamed Mitwalli 6-Sep-12 2:46am    
Prasad_Kulkarni 6-Sep-12 4:57am    
Thank you Mohamed!

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