C# Programming Language: How to Add a Backslash Into a String
Hi everyone, welcome back. In this example, we will be going over how to a backslash into string variables in C#. A string variable can be used to hold a collection of characters, which can be used to save text. With this introduction out of the way, let’s get into it.
Creating a String with a Backslash
Now, let’s see how we can create a string that contains a backslash within it. We can do this by using a backslash followed by another backslash to tell C# that we want to add a backslash into our string. Let’s see an example:
string myString = "Look \\ This is my backslash!";
Look \ This is my backslash!
In the example above, we can see that we have successfully added a backslash within our text by using a backslash followed by another backslash. We can verify the text by printing and checking the output.
This is it on the example on how to add a backslash inside of strings in C#. I hope this helps. If there are any questions or comments, please let me know. Thanks for reading.