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String Formatting

02/02/2005 - 11:16 por Ohad | Informe spam
Hello,

I have a const string, who looks something like this:

const str = "abc {name: ohad phone: xxxxxx} {0} {1} {2}";

and i'd like to do this:

string a = string.Format(str, 1, 2, 3);

It's not working. I guess that the problem is that the c#'s Format method
looks at the string between the first {} like it is a parameter, like {0}
{1} {2}.
How can I solve it? I was working so hard to solve this problem, and
nothing.

please cc to my mailbox: ohad@usbphone.com

Thanks a lot,
Ohad Asor.
 

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#1 Anders Norås
02/02/2005 - 11:34 | Informe spam
Ohad wrote:
It's not working. I guess that the problem is that the c#'s Format method
looks at the string between the first {} like it is a parameter, like {0}
{1} {2}.
How can I solve it? I was working so hard to solve this problem, and
nothing.


You must escape the brackets by using two brackets instead of one when
they're not part of an format expression. Like this:
const str = "abc {{name: ohad phone: xxxxxx}} {0} {1} {2}";

Anders Norås
http://dotnetjunkies.com/weblog/anoras/

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