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Compare two string using CompareTo Method of string class


Introduction :

In this tutorial we will learn how to Compare two string using CompareTo Method of string class in .NET Framework using C# and Vb.NET code example

Compare method of string class will return integer value 0 if both given string is matches else it will return 1.

This means 0 when condition is true (in case of matches) 1 in case of false (in case don't macth)

C# Code sample:

using System;

namespace DotNetSparkTutorials
    class Program
        static void Main(string[] args)
            string myString = "DotNetSpark";

            string myStringToCompare = "DNS";

            //Output or Result

            //Wait for input



VB.NET code example

Namespace DotNetSparkTutorials
	Class Program
		Private Shared Sub Main(args As String())
			Dim myString As String = "DotNetSpark"

			Dim myStringToCompare As String = "DNS"

			'Output or Result

			'Wait for input
		End Sub
	End Class
End Namespace



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