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Posted on 2014-01-04
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Hi,

I have the following string

string sDetailsinTitle = "ID: " + sID + "Client Name: " + sClientName.PadRight(30) + "Mobile: " + sMobile + Environment.NewLine ;

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Is there a way I can hide the ID from being displayed just like i have Environment.NewLine  which gives a new line break

Please help

thanks

R8VI
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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inside a plain string, you cannot "hide" something.
as you posted this in asp.net also, you could put that part into a DIV that is hidden

for example:
string sDetailsinTitle = "<div name=\"ID\" style=\"display:none; visibility: hidden; \"> </div>" + sID + "</div>Client Name: " + sClientName.PadRight(30) + "Mobile: " + sMobile + Environment.NewLine ;

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Is this a Windows Form or Web project? In either case it will most likely be better to crate a second string without the ID in it.
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