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C## need to fix my string syntax concantenate

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for (int j = 0; j < this.dataGridView1.ColumnCount - 1; j++)
                {
                    char mystring;
                    string mystring1;
                    mystring = (char)65;
                    mystring1 = mystring & j.ToString;
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Question by:mphillip85
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by:Fernando Soto
ID: 21847236
Concatenation in C# uses the + and not the & operator.
 
mystring1 = mystring + j.ToString;
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by:Jaime Olivares
ID: 21847349
indeed it should be:
mystring1 = mystring + j.ToString();

but I prefer:
mystring1 = string.Format("{0}{1}", mystring, j);
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by:mphillip85
ID: 21847417
it gives me an error to add a char to a string.  I am converting a integer to a letter and appending a number to the end for cycling to a spreadsheet.
Such as char(65) = A + number.tostring = 1, then change to char(66) = B + number.tostring = 2, etc.

I hope this is more clear as my intentions.
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by:Richard Lee
ID: 21847443
All of the following will work, but the latter two address the problem of string being immutable in .NET.

mystring1 = mystring + j.ToString();
mystring1 += j.ToString();
mystring1 = String.Format("{0}{1}", mystring, j);
mystring1 = String.Concat(mystring, j);

See reference for immutable:
http://blogs.crsw.com/mark/archive/2004/08/06/449.aspx
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by:Richard Lee
ID: 21847479
If you wish to add a number to a char simple to the following:

char c = (char)65;
c++; // This increment to 66 / B

// You can also do this:
c += 5; // This should give you F
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Richard Lee earned 500 total points
ID: 21847534
I forgot to mention this option in the previous comment:

char c = (char)65;
string s = "1";

// Use on of the following
int result2 = c + Convert.ToInt32(s);

or

int result3 = c + int.Parse(s);
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by:mphillip85
ID: 21847679
1.  need to convert nuber to char;
2.  need to convert nuber to string;
3.  need to add both together to get "A1" , "A2", "B1", "B2", etc;

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by:Jaime Olivares
ID: 21847959
try with this:
mystring1 = mystring.ToString() + j.ToString();

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