It is nearly impossible to write a C# program without creating strings . A string object holds a series of characters.

You declare a string variable using the string keyword much as you would create an instance of any type:

    string myString;

You specify a string literal by enclosing it in double quotes:

    "Hello World"

It is common to initialize a string variable that contains a string literal:

    string myString = "Hello World";

Strings will be covered in much greater detail in Chapter 15.

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