C# escape characters

Hi

I have a test box that i want to display a SQL statment when a button is clicked. The SQL statement (that I want to appear in the text box has \\ characters and Quotations):

TextBox3.Text = "INSERT INTO Table VALUES (3497350,"AAA",3007260,"'\\LIVE\STORE\APPS\T1\\n02\Store\E_Input\Export\T90\'",52,24,72,"24-JAN-12 23.00.00.00000000",590,3495713,"Y","03 C T export v2","d53c0adc-7fe5-4c9a-b84a-5f9793145118","{0}_T9_{2}_{3}.csv";

How do i tell C# to ignore the \\ and Quotations?
wilko1000Asked:
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Ryan ChongBusiness Systems Analyst , ex-Senior Application EngineerCommented:
try this..

TextBox3.Text = @"INSERT INTO Table VALUES (3497350,'AAA',3007260,'\\LIVE\STORE\APPS\T1\\n02\Store\E_Input\Export\T90\',52,24,72,'24-JAN-12 23.00.00.00000000',590
,3495713,'Y','03 C T export v2','d53c0adc-7fe5-4c9a-b84a-5f9793145118','{0}_T9_{2}_{3}.csv');";

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for SQL values, we use single quotes to represent char values

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AndyAinscowFreelance programmer / ConsultantCommented:
Some extra info:
The @ symbol before any string literal (not just because it is SQL) instructs the compiler to ignore any escape sequences, just treat the string as it is.
ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Some extra info:
The @ symbol denotes a verbatim string literal in C#.
ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
btw, I hope you don't use this to execute against a database.. Cause it is prone to SQL injection.
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