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Miscellaneous Newbie questions

Discussion in 'C#' started by codeunlock, Apr 29, 2007.

  1. codeunlock

    codeunlock New Member

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    No sense in putting each one in a different post.

    1. What is the difference between String and string (upper- and lower-
    case)?
    2. Which is preferable, IntVariable.ToString() or
    Convert.ToString(IntVariable)?
    3. Since String is a class, why is there no String.ToClass, but there
    is a StrVariable.ToString?
    4. If int is a primitive, why am I allowed to say int i = new int()?

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  2. matuatua

    matuatua New Member

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    String is a group of letters enclosed with two invented commas whilst string is a variable declared in c++.mind u c++ is case sensitive.
    2.convert.ToString(intvariable)
    3.this is bcos strvariable is a key word in c++.
    4.this is bcos the new int() is a function u declared and then assigned to the variable i
     

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