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C# defines a number of aliases for CLR types. They may be used interchangably, and even mixed together, e.g.
string x = new System.String(' ', 5);.
string x = new System.String(' ', 5);
These are the aliases defined:
[Author: Jon Skeet]
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Here is a post which explains the difference between a bool and a boolean
Hope you find it useful.
DateTIme is a Struct!! (value type)... String is a Sealed Class, so you can use as a Object ;)
what is the differences between a string and a language?
string is like an alias/shorthand for System.String. Similarly, int is an alias/shosthand for System.Int16.
@williams Alkali: the same difference as the difference between a spoon and a matchbox :P