Performing culture-insensitive string operations
Most .NET Framework methods that perform culture-sensitive string operations by default provide method overloads that allow you to explicitly specify the culture to use by passing a CultureInfo parameter. These overloads allow you to eliminate cultural variations in case mappings and sorting rules and guarantee culture-insensitive results.
This section provides the following topics to demonstrate how to perform culture-insensitive string operations using .NET Framework methods that are culture-sensitive by default.
In this section
Performing Culture-Insensitive String Operations in Collections
Describes how to use the CaseInsensitiveComparer, CaseInsensitiveHashCodeProvider class, SortedList, ArrayList.Sort and CollectionsUtil.CreateCaseInsensitiveHashtable to perform culture-insensitive operations in collections.
Performing Culture-Insensitive String Operations in Arrays
Describes how to use the Array.Sort and Array.BinarySearch methods to perform culture-insensitive operations in arrays.
Culture-Insensitive String Operations
Describes why you should be aware of culture when performing operations on strings and provides guidelines for when to perform culture-sensitive operations and when to perform culture-insensitive operations.
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