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Using this example:
http://www.programmersheaven.com/2/Les_CSharp_4_p3

How would I do this?

string string1 = ("{0} of {1} years age got {2}% marks", st1.name, st1.age, st1.percentage);
MessageBox.Show(string1);

ie, first assign the value to the string, then display it.
The first line isn't correct.
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string string1 = String.Format("{0} of {1} years age got {2}% marks", st1.name, st1.age, st1.percentage);
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