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C# 11 Improvements for Strings, List Patterns and Object Creation

November 23, 2022

Via: InfoQ

As part of the .NET 7 launch, on November 8th Microsoft unveiled the new features of C# 11, the latest version of the popular .NET programming language. The most prominent improvements include string enhancements, static method abstractions, list patterns, and required members for object creation.

Raw string literals allow embedding strings with special characters or strings spanning multiple lines. In previous versions of .NET the developers had to escape special characters such as double quotes. In C# 11, multiple double quotes mark the beginning and the end of a raw string. The raw string literals can be combined with string interpolation using the $ character.

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