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Please tell me how I can store an ASCII character as a part a string in C#, provided a user must not be able to enter the ASCII character manually through a keyboard.
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I'm not sure what you mean, since a string is a series of zero or more ASCII (or Unicode) characters. Can you describe your scenario a bit more?
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