VB.NET StringUse the String type: create, search and modify strings. Test string Functions. String. A string is a collection of characters. In one, we find representations of any kind of data. A large selection of string-based functions are available. Special methods.
The VB.NET language includes some special methods made to help with older program. CStr converts to a string. Mid gets a part of a string.
CStr LSet LTrim Mid RSet RTrim String constructor.
Sometimes we need to create a new string. With the string constructor, we can repeat a character many times in a new string.
String Constructor String loop.
We can loop over a string with a For-loop, a For-Each loop or even a While-loop. The ForEach loop is simplest and the best choice for when an index is not needed.
String: For, For-Each NewLine.
We can get the newline string in VB.NET with the Environment.NewLine constant. This can make some programs easier to read and clearer.
NewLine Select Case.
A String instance can be used in a Select Case statement. A logical decision is made based on the String's character data. In other languages, the switch-statement is similar.
Select Case, String HTML encoding.
In HTML pages, we must encode characters like < and >. And in urls we must encode chars like spaces. HtmlEncode and UrlEncode are helpful.
HtmlEncode A review. The String type is powerful. But it has limitations. In situations where we can improve performance by mutating an existing string, consider a StringBuilder.
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