Name

SqlString

Synopsis

A structure that represents a variable-length stream of characters. You can use this structure for the following SQL Server data types: char, nchar, varchar, nvarchar, ntext, text, and sysname. You can configure how SqlString instances should be compared by setting a combination of values from the SqlCompareOptions enumeration for the SqlCompareOptions property.

The built-in methods include one for string concatenation (Concat( )). To determine the geographical locale and language for this structure, use the LCID property, and for information about culture-specific settings (such as culture name, writing system, and calendar) use the CultureInfo property.

public struct SqlString : INullable, IComparable {

// Public Constructors

   public SqlString(int lcid, SqlCompareOptions compareOptions, byte[  ] data);

   public SqlString(int lcid, SqlCompareOptions compareOptions, byte[  ] data, bool fUnicode);

   public SqlString(int lcid, SqlCompareOptions compareOptions, byte[  ] data, int index, int count);

   public SqlString(int lcid, SqlCompareOptions compareOptions, byte[  ] data, int index, int count, bool fUnicode);

   public SqlString(string data);  

   public SqlString(string data, int lcid);  

   public SqlString(string data, int lcid, SqlCompareOptions compareOptions);

// Public Static Fields

   public static readonly int BinarySort;                      // =32768

   public static readonly int IgnoreCase;                      // =1

   public static readonly int IgnoreKanaType;                  // =8

   public static readonly int IgnoreNonSpace;                  // =2 public ...

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