ASP.NET String.Insert()

A super handy way to modify strings is the Insert() method. It comes in very handy when you are binding looped data to web controls with a populate method.

string yourString = "1000";
string yourEuroString = yourString.Insert(0, "€";);

Now you can use yourString as the value parameter for a dropdown and yourEuroString as the text parameter.



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Alan Feekery

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