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    Question How to split a string without using separator

    Hello
    I want to split string like "MASOUD" and put it in array(M in first index,A in second one...)but I dont wanna use separators.
    would you please help me??

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    Re: How to split a string without using separator

    Is this what you want?
    Code:
    string str = "MASOUD";
    char[] arr = str.ToCharArray();
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    Re: How to split a string without using separator

    This is the error:
    A field initializer cannot reference the non-static field, method, or property 'Window1.Form1.str'

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    Re: How to split a string without using separator

    Well that's another issue. It's just as the compiler say, since 'Window1.Form1.str' isn't static it doesn't exist where you try to use it.

    If you don't solve it yourself you have to post your code but don't forget to use code tags [code]Paste your code here[/code]
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