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Recommendations for Using Strings in Microsoft .NET 2.0

Code owners previously using the InvariantCulture for string comparison, casing, and sorting should strongly consider using a new set of String overloads in Microsoft .NET 2.0. Specifically, data that is designed to be culture-agnostic and linguistically irrelevant should begin specifying overloads using either the StringComparison.Ordinal or StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase members of the new StringComparison enumeration. These enforce a byte-by-byte comparison similar to strcmp that not only avoids bugs from linguistic interpretation of essentially symbolic strings, but provides better performance.

Questo articolo è un po' vecchiotto, ma lo cito qui perché qualche giorno fa mi ha aiutato a risolvere un problema con cui stavo litigando da un po'. Magari può servire anche a qualcun'altro...

Print | posted on Monday, December 25, 2006 8:14 PM | Filed Under [ C# VB .NET .NET Compact Framework ADO .NET & SQL ASP .NET ]

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