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Remove the specific character or word from a given string

   
 
     


Introduction :

In this tutorial we will see how remove some character or string value from a given string using Remove() method of string class in .NET Framework using C# and vb.net code example.

Remove() Method of the string class is similar to Substring() Method. Using Remove() you can remove certain character from the given string.

C# Code sample:

using System;

namespace DotNetSparkTutorials
{
    class Program
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            // Declare string;
            string strValue = "DotNetSpark";

            // return the substring of a given string after 3 character from the Remove() Method of string class
            string strResultValue1 = strValue.Remove(3);

            // return the whole substring of a given string starting from 3 character to 3 next characters using the Remove() Method of string class
            string strResultValue2 = strValue.Remove(3, 3);

            //Display the resultant sub string which stored in variable strResultValue1
            Console.WriteLine(strResultValue1);

            //Display the resultant sub string which stored in variable strResultValue2
            Console.WriteLine(strResultValue2);

            Console.ReadLine();


        }
    }
}

Output:

Dot
DotSpark

VB.NET Code example:

Namespace DotNetSparkTutorials
	Class Program
		Private Shared Sub Main(args As String())
			' Declare string;
			Dim strValue As String = "DotNetSpark"

			' return the substring of a given string after 3 character from the Remove() Method of string class
			Dim strResultValue1 As String = strValue.Remove(3)

			' return the whole substring of a given string starting from 3 character to 3 next characters using the Remove() Method of string class
			Dim strResultValue2 As String = strValue.Remove(3, 3)

			'Display the resultant sub string which stored in variable strResultValue1
			Console.WriteLine(strResultValue1)

			'Display the resultant sub string which stored in variable strResultValue2
			Console.WriteLine(strResultValue2)

			Console.ReadLine()


		End Sub
	End Class
End Namespace

Output:

Dot
DotSpark

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