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What is the difference between the int and Int32 datatype, or String and string (lowercase)?
On Saturday, May 14th 2005 at 03:35 AM
By Andrew Pociu (View Profile)
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The same applies for String (uppercase S) which is System.String, while string (lowercase S) is an alias for System.String.
So basically int is the same thing as Int32, and string is the same thing as Int32. It's down to user's preference which one to use but most prefer to use int and string as they are easier to type and more familiar among C++ programmers.
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