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public static int CompareOrdinal(string str1, string str2)
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public static int CompareOrdinal(string str1, int start1, string str2, int start2, int count)
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public int CompareTo(object str)
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TABLE 22-1 The String Comparison Methods (continued)
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Of the comparison methods, the Compare( ) method is the most versatile It can compare two strings in their entirety or in parts It can use case-sensitive comparisons or ignore case In general, string comparisons use dictionary order to determine whether one string is greater than, equal to, or less than another You can also specify cultural information that governs the comparison The following program demonstrates several versions of Compare( ):
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// Compare strings using System; class CompareDemo { static void Main() { string str1 = "one"; string str2 = "one";
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string str3 = "ONE"; string str4 = "two"; string str5 = "one, too";
if(StringCompare(str1, str2) == 0) ConsoleWriteLine(str1 + " and " + str2 + " are equal"); else ConsoleWriteLine(str1 + " and " + str2 + " are not equal"); if(StringCompare(str1, str3) == 0) ConsoleWriteLine(str1 + " and " + str3 + " are equal"); else ConsoleWriteLine(str1 + " and " + str3 + " are not equal"); if(StringCompare(str1, str3, true) == 0) ConsoleWriteLine(str1 + " and " + str3 + " are equal ignoring case"); else ConsoleWriteLine(str1 + " and " + str3 + " are not equal ignoring case"); if(StringCompare(str1, str5) == 0) ConsoleWriteLine(str1 + " and " + str5 + " are equal"); else ConsoleWriteLine(str1 + " and " + str5 + " are not equal"); if(StringCompare(str1, 0, ConsoleWriteLine("First str5 + else ConsoleWriteLine("First str5 + str5, 0, 3) == 0) part of " + str1 + " and " + " are equal"); part of " + str1 + " and " + " are not equal");
int result = StringCompare(str1, str4); if(result < 0) ConsoleWriteLine(str1 + " is less than " + str4); else if(result > 0) ConsoleWriteLine(str1 + " is greater than " + str4); else ConsoleWriteLine(str1 + " equals " + str4); } }
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Strings and Formatting
The output is shown here:
one and one are equal one and ONE are not equal one and ONE are equal ignoring case one and one, too are not equal First part of one and one, too are equal one is less than two
Using The StringComparison Enumeration
In Table 22-1, notice the two Compare( ) methods that take a parameter of type StringComparison These versions are shown here: public static int Compare(string str1, string str2, StringComparison how) public static int Compare(string str1, int start1, string str2, int start2, int count, StringComparison how) For each version, the how parameter specifies how the comparison of str1 with str2 takes place StringComparison is an enumeration that defines the values shown in Table 22-2 Using these values, it is possible to craft a comparison that meets the specific needs of your application Thus, the addition of the StringComparison parameter expands the capabilities of Compare( ) One particularly good use of the StringComparison form of Compare( ) is to compare a string against an invariant file name or password For example, imagine a situation in which the user must enter the password we~23&blx$ This password is the same no matter what cultural settings are in effect Thus, you want to compare the string entered by the user to the password without cultural differences affecting the comparison One way to do this is
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Value CurrentCulture CurrentCultureIgnoreCase InvariantCulture InvariantCultureIngoreCase Ordinal
Description Comparisons are performed using the currently active cultural settings Case-insensitive comparisons are performed using the currently active cultural settings Comparisons are performed using an invariant (that is, universal and unchanging) culture Case-insensitive comparisons are performed using an invariant (that is, universal and unchanging) culture Comparisons are performed using the ordinal values of the characters in the string Thus, dictionary-order may not result and cultural conventions are ignored Case-insensitive comparisons are performed using the ordinal values of the characters in the string Thus, dictionary-order may not result and cultural conventions are ignored
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