Certainly, one of the most used types in any application is
String represents an immutable ordered set of characters. The
String type is derived immediately from
Object, making it a reference type. (No string ever lives on a thread’s stack.) The
String type also implements several interfaces (
Many programming languages (including C#) consider
String to be a primitive type—that is, the compiler lets you express literal strings directly in their source code. The compiler places these literal strings in the module’s metadata, and they are accessed at run time using a mechanism called string interning (which I’ll talk about later in ...