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If you create a console application for this code, you ll see output like this when it runs:
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What exactly does that code do First, it initializes a variable called myString which we will use to hold the reference to our string object (because String is a reference type). We then enumerate the string, yielding every Char in turn, and we output each Char to the console on its own separate line. Char is a value type, so we re actually getting a copy of the character from the string itself. The string object is created using a literal string a sequence of characters enclosed in double quotes:
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We re already quite familiar with initializing a string with a literal we probably do it without a second thought; but let s have a look at these literals in a little more detail.
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The simplest literal string is a set of characters enclosed in double quotes, shown in the first line of Example 10-2.
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string myString = "Literal string"; Console.WriteLine(myString);
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This produces the output:
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Literal string
You can also initialize a string from a char[], using the appropriate constructor. One way to obtain a char array is by using char literals. A char literal is a single character, wrapped in single quotes. Example 10-3 constructs a string this way.
string myString = new string(new [] { 'H', 'e', 'l', 'l', 'o', ' ', '"', 'w', 'o', 'r', 'l', 'd', '"' }); Console.WriteLine(myString);
If you compile and run this, you ll see the following output:
Hello "world"
Notice that we ve got double-quote marks in our output. That was easy to achieve with this char[], because the delimiter for an individual character is the single quote; but how could we include double quotes in the string, without resorting to a literal char array Equally, how could we specify the single-quote character as a literal char
Escaping Special Characters
The way to deal with troublesome characters in string and char literals is to escape them with the backslash character. That means that you precede the quote with a \, and it interprets the quote as part of the string, rather than the end of it. Like this:
"Literal \"string\""
If you build and run with this change, you ll see the output, with quotes in place:
Literal "string"
There are several other special characters that you can escape in this way. You can find some common ones listed in Table 10-1.
Table 10-1. Common escaped characters for string literals Escaped character
\" \' \\ \n \r \t
Purpose Include a double quote in a string literal. Include a single quote in a char literal. Insert a backslash. New line. Carriage return. Tab.
There are also some rather uncommon ones, listed in Table 10-2. In general, you don t need to worry about them, but they are quite interesting.
We ll just show the string literal from here on, rather than repeating the boilerplate code each time. Just replace the string initializer with the example.
Table 10-2. Less common escape characters for string literals Escaped character
\0 \a
Purpose The character represented by the char with value zero (not the character '0'). Alert or Bell . Back in the dim and distant past, terminals didn t really have sound, so you couldn t play a great big .wav file beautifully designed by Robert Fripp every time you wanted to alert the user to the fact that he had done something a bit wrong. Instead, you sent this character to the console, and it beeped at you, or even dinged a real bell (like the line-end on a manual typewriter). It still works today, and on some PCs there s still a separate speaker just for making this old-school beep. Try it, but be prepared for unexpected retro-side effects like growing enormous sideburns and developing an obsession with disco. Backspace. Yes, you can include backspaces in your string. Write:
"Hello world\b\b\b\b\bdolly"
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