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paste large string in c#

Posted on 2009-07-08
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Hello,

I'm trying to paste a large block of html in a string in c#. I've tried using @"blabla" but for some reason it's not working (maybe because of all the quotes, even though I've escaped them?).

Is my only possibility to  enquote each line separately?

TIA
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Jaime Olivares earned 125 total points
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is there an error message? usually is related with an escape sequence
Always you have the possibility use use + sign in source code.
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