It is nice on how NET Framework gave a bunch of “shortcut” code, including String.Format. But we have to keep track of the indices in the object array which is not really nice.
It would be good if we just write code, declare a named string collection and format it.
Don’t forget to add reference to Rdz.dll and put using directive as below. You are good to go and the Format function will be available on every string object, like in the example above.
In case you didn’t notice, the hashtable is case-sensitive. So to make it case-insensitive, declare Hashtable as below.
Cool! See you!