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replacing comma with carriage return line feed in asp.net 3.5 C#

Posted on 2012-12-21
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I have a string dscd.  In VB 2005 (windows form)  this command works OK.
        Dscd = Replace(Dscd, chr(44), Chr(13) & Chr(10))

I'm trying to convert this program to be web based using C# for asp.net 3.5

This command fails (also fails if I use + instead of &)

                    Dscd = Dscd.Replace((Char)44, (Char)13 & (Char)10);

The error message is:
The best overloaded method match for 'string.Replace(char, char)' has some invalid arguments

What would work better?
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Dscd = Dscd.Replace(",","\r\n");
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Thanks.
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