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Posted on 2014-02-06
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Hi Experts,

I have below mapping class and from client side will get registrationnumber data in the form of  123 456 7899 and should trim all the spaces (1234567899) and save it to database.what is best way to achieve this?

public class UserMapp
{

public void Map(user userobj, customer custobj)
{

userobj.registrationnumber=custobj.registrationnumber; 

}

}

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Question by:ksd123
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You could use:
userobj.registrationnumber=custobj.registrationnumber.Replace(" ", ""); 

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public class UserMapp
{

public void Map(user userobj, customer custobj)
{

userobj.registrationnumber=custobj.registrationnumber.ToString().Replace(" ", string.empty); 

}

}

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by:AndyAinscow
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In addition - don't forget that is throwing information away which you can not restore unless the format is always (not 999,999 from a million times) the same.

I've experienced similar, this happens always and then later very occasionally it is different, how do we restore it to the original format.  Ooops!!!!!
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Thank  you all
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