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Code Snippet: Representing strings with all their characters visible

Posted in C#, Programming, Snippets by Sina Iravanian on August 8, 2010

This piece of code is useful if you intend to work on a string processing algorithm. There are times, that you need to see the real content of a string while showing them in a windows form, console, and so on. This little method may help:


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