I've just started working with C#.
I'm trying to split a string into an array at the point where the string has a slash character \
But it seems to be a special little slash to C# because if I try to use this line
string arrUsername = RemoteUser.ToString().Split(("\").ToCharArray());
The text after the character turns a different color and VS tells me I'm starting a new line there ("new line in constant").
My attempts to code it alternatively as ASCII character 92 are met with " 'char' is a type but is used like a 'variable' ", which I don't understand (background is VB.NET)
Is there another way I could code this line ?
(Here's the definition of RemoteUser, a local string I'm trying to split in that line)
string RemoteUser = Request.ServerVariables["REMOTE_USER"];