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i have
one
two
three
but i want one or two or three how its make?
in c#
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Prasad Khandekar 16-Apr-13 6:36am    
You already have one two and three? so you can have one or two or three? Where is the problem?
sainadh.chintha 16-Apr-13 6:56am    
explain in detail. what i am understand is you want to Concatenate the strings.
string two = "two";
string str = "one " + two + " three";
System.Console.WriteLine(str);

C#
string two = "two";
string str = "one " + two + " three";
System.Console.WriteLine(str);
 
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Try:
C#
string s1 = "One";
string s2 = "Two";
string s3 = "Three";
string combined = string.Format("{0} or {1} or {2}", s1, s2, s3);
Or
C#
string s1 = "One";
string s2 = "Two";
string s3 = "Three";
string combined = s1 + " or " + s2 + " or " + s3;
But this is not good practice.
 
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CPallini 16-Apr-13 7:10am    
Have my 5 for spreading bad practices. :-)

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