This is a nice tool to aid in debugging in C#. For instance: I have a class called UserControl and each of its subclasses have their own properties, methods, and events. I have a string that is the control’s name, and I want to check if the string contains a substring.

A string should be a string, not a substring.

There are two ways of doing this. One is to compare the string to the substring of the string. If the string is not equal to the substring, then it’s probably not a substring. Also, there’s a third way. Let’s say we want to match our string to the substring of the string. If the string contains the substring, then it’s a substring.

I need a string that contains the substring. There are many strings containing the substring, but they are not all the same. Lets see how well it works. This code is not tested.

We don’t have to rely on the strings to be the same. They are the same.

In this example, we need to figure out if a string contains the substring. If so, we can’t use string.StartsWith. If the string doesn’t contain the substring, then the string is not a substring.

We could compare the start and length of the substring to make sure it does and doesnt have a substring in it. But that means we would need to know the length of the substring.But thats not the only way to determine if a string is a substring. We could also use the indexOf method to find out if a string contains a substring.

It’s not that we’re looking for a string in C#. It’s just that we could use a simple string.Contains method if we wanted to check for a substring in the string. It is, in fact, a good idea to use a substring method instead of a contains method.

It is a good idea to use the substring method instead of the contains method because using the contains method will make the code more complex, while using the substring method makes it easier to read and understand.

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