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.NET: case insensitive string replace without using RegEx (via: Stack Overflow)

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/12/16

Two ways to do a case insensitive string replace without using RegEx (which often is not a solution).

Thanks User Tim Schmelter for pointing me at those.

–jeroen

via: Is there a case insensitive string replace in .Net without using Regex? – Stack Overflow.

2 Responses to “.NET: case insensitive string replace without using RegEx (via: Stack Overflow)”

  1. Rick said

    Hmm… That didn’t work as expected. That was a response to OO vs FP.

  2. Rick said

    That’s a good post. I think it’s good to remember that years ago OOAD contained a “fuctional diagram” which described the functional part of the system. But I don’t think functional design has an OO part! I like OO and I’ve use both OO and functional techniques. OO is superior in every way. The biggest reason is because it provides functional based features.

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