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Comparing C# strings.

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I have if (String2LookIn == "about:blank") return "";
What is the appropriate way to compare this string?

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Question by:mathieu_cupryk
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That looks fine to me. What are you concerned about?
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comparison is fine.. but its better to return string.Empty than a zero length string..
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