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Repeating characters into strings in C# and Delphi (via: .net – Best way to repeat a character in C# – Stack Overflow)

The Wiert Corner – Switching back and forth between mainly Delphi and C#, sometimes it is hard to remember which idiom works best in each environment. Recently, I had to dupe a lot of tab characters for some Tab-Delimited interface to an archaic system. I remembered the Delphi idiom: use the DupeString function as about Delphi explains (yes, I know: it dupes more than just characters). In C#, these work best for me: for string use the String constructor that accepts a character and a count for StringBuilder, us the Append method that accepts a character and a count Small code sample of the first way (thanks ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 2012-06-26 07:00

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