static void Main(string args)
string text1 = "Welcome to ";
string text2 = "Inlarn";
string fulltext = text1 + text2;
Welcome to Inlarn
What is string and why it is null terminating character
An object with text as its value is a string. The text is stored in a sequential read-only collection of Char objects. C# strings have no null-terminating character, so any number of null characters (“0”) can be inserted into them. Anything in the string that would normally be interpreted as an escape sequence is ignored as a result of this behaviour. Unless you want to use an escape sequence to remove the double quote, there’s no way around this. There must be a double quote between each pair of double quotes.