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  • <FONT size=2>

    </FONT><FONT color=#0000ff size=2>if</FONT><FONT size=2>(Addresses[i].CustomerId == 21119)
    </FONT><FONT size=2>{
    </FONT><FONT color=#0000ff size=2>   string</FONT><FONT size=2> eatShit = </FONT><FONT color=#0000ff size=2>string</FONT><FONT size=2>.Empty;
    }

    </FONT>


  • <font size="2">He didn't finish coding yet -- the block should also include:



    string die = string.Empty;

    ...

    string insult = eatShit + die;



    </font>



  • @cconroy said:

    <font size="2">He didn't finish coding yet -- the block should also include:



    string die = string.Empty;

    ...

    string insult = eatShit + die;



    </font>


    I think it's best expressed in VB.

    <font size="2">
    string insult = eatShit & die</font>



  • @dhromed said:

    @cconroy said:
    <FONT size=2>He didn't finish coding yet -- the block should also include:

    string die = string.Empty;
    ...
    string insult = eatShit + die;

    </FONT>


    I think it's best expressed in VB.

    <FONT size=2>string insult = eatShit & die</FONT>

    both methods are inefficient

    string insult = String.Format("{0} & {1)", eatShit, die);

    - Not sure if that applies to VB but Im sure there is a better way to concat a string in VB string.Concat()???


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