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Empty strings in C#
Following on from the thread about empty strings in Visual Basic .NET, how should I check for empty strings in C#?
You do understand that comparing to null and string.Empty are different right?
Duncan, I think he's asking because we just learned in the other thread that VB.NET actually treats Nothing (null) and the empty string as the same thing.
That's sort of misleading.
Brad Wilson (dotnetguy.techieswithcats.com)
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