Character Escape Sequences in C#

Published on September 2, 2012 by abundantcode

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Below are some list of the Character Escape Sequences available in C#

  • \\ – Backslash
  • \’ – Single quote
  • \” – Double quote
  • \b – Backspace
  • \n – New line
  • \r – Carriage return
  • \t – Horizontal tab
  • \f – Form feed
  • \a – Alert
  • \v – Vertical tab
  • \0 – Null

 

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