Wednesday, June 19, 2019 00:49

Replacing a string inside another string

Whenever you want to replace a string inside another string, .NET Framework offers the Replace() function. It is a function that accepts two string parameters, the string to be replaced and the string to replace with. Its usage is very simple:

The above code produces the following output:

C# Replace function

The explanation is just as simple: we provided the string that we wanted to be replaced, and the string with which we wanted it to be replaced, then we output the result.

A helper feature for the Replace() function is the use of a regular expressions. Regular expressions allow us to find some rather complicated text patterns, such as phone numbers, postal codes, email addresses, etc. We will learn about them later.



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