The string type represents a sequence of zero or more Unicode characters. string is an alias for String in the .NET Framework.
Although string is a reference type, the equality operators (== and !=) are defined to compare the values of string objects, not references. This makes testing for string equality more intuitive.Syntax:
string a = "good " + "morning";Example:
static void Main()
string a = "\u0068ello ";
string b = "world";
Console.WriteLine( a + b );
Console.WriteLine( a + b == "Hello World" ); // == performs a case-sensitive comparison
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