Get characters in a string – C Sharp/C#

By | April 7, 2012


Sometimes you may need to get all the characters in a string using C Sharp/C#. The following code gives you an example of how to get or display all the characters of a given string.

using System;

class MainClass

  public static void Main()
    string sampleString= "I Love Coding";

    for (int num = 0; num < sampleString.Length; num++)
      Console.WriteLine("sampleString[" + num + "] = " + sampleString[num]);



sampleString[0] = I
sampleString[1] =
sampleString[2] = L
sampleString[3] = o
sampleString[4] = v
sampleString[5] = e
sampleString[6] =
sampleString[7] = C
sampleString[8] = o
sampleString[9] = d
sampleString[10] = i
sampleString[11] = n
sampleString[12] = g


7 thoughts on “Get characters in a string – C Sharp/C#

  1. Andres

    Useful tips! I have been previously hunting for something like this for a long time now. Thank you!

  2. Malik Post author

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  3. Malik Post author

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  5. Myriam Schnetzer

    Great review! This is exactly the type of article that needs to be shared around the web. Sad on the Yahoo for not positioning this post higher!


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