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Hi

Im trying this but it gives me 0 results.

string pcname = "\\pc024";
                populateListBox(listBoxProcessesOnSelectedMachine, "SELECT processtype FROM processes WHERE processname = '" + pcname + "'", false);

               

I try this in SQL SERVER and it gives me three results

SELECT     processtype
FROM         processes
WHERE     processname = '\\pc024'

Am I missing something blatant?
Thanks

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Question by:hmcgeehan
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by:apresto
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change this

string pcname = "\\pc024";

to this

string pcname = @"\\pc024";
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by:apresto
ID: 17050607
by using @ you are telling the string to act as is, if you use \\, this is in terpretted as \ without the @
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by:hmcgeehan
ID: 17051282
Thanks

Just another small question

I have a listbox and its contents are

\\pc001
\\pc002

etc

but if I do

pcname = listBox1.SelectedItem.ToString();

it says

pcname = \\\\pc001
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apresto earned 80 total points
ID: 17051661
this will be interpreted as \\pc001

you need 2 \ to represent 1 \ unless you use @ before it:

i.e

\\pc1 = \pc1
\\\\pc1 = \\pc1
\\\\\\pc1 = \\\pc1

@"\pc1" = \pc1
@"\\pc1" = \\pc1
@"\\\pc1" = \\\pc1
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