Throughout this exploration of the framework’s rich functionality to deal with text, we have barely spoken about the type it’s all about:
System.String. Let’s spend a minute or two pinpointing a few useful methods of this class.
And because sequences are implemented using the
IEnumerable<T> interface, guess what? The whole set of query operators defined over
IEnumerable<T>, here with
T substituted for
char, shows up in the IntelliSense on a string object. This can be perceived as annoying at times. In fact, prior to Visual Studio 2010, for some reason I don’t understand, IntelliSense on string objects never showed the extension methods.
Obviously, this behavior can be suppressed ...