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Check the string value Equals or not?


Introduction :

In this tutorial we will learn how to check 2 string value is Equal or not using Equals() method of string class in .NET Framework using C# and vb.net code example.

Equals() method of string class is used to determine the two string is equals or not. Equals() Method will return boolean value true or false. If the value is equals it will return true else it will return false

C# Code sample:

using System;

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

            string myOtherString = "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 myOtherString As String = "DNS"

			'Output or Result

			'Wait for input
		End Sub
	End Class
End Namespace



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