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QuestionWhat the heck? Pin
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QuestionIndexOf returns wrong value if the string to search for contains characters from the Latin Extended-C range Pin
Gerard van Wilgen1-Mar-09 9:34
Gerard van Wilgen1-Mar-09 9:34 
Since the string "qwerty" does not contain a small letter l with a double bar (\u2c61) one would expect that when the code below is executed, both p and q would get the value -1. However, the second call to IndexOf does in fact return 0 instead of -1. After some further experimenting I found that this happens with several characters from Latin Extended-C (probably all of them) and that the return value is the same as the value of the second argument, i.e. the starting position for the search.

Is this a known bug? And can it be circumvented other than by writing my own search method?


namespace ConsoleApplication1
{
class Program
{
static void Main(string[] args)
{
int p = "qwerty".IndexOf('\u2c61', 0);
System.Console.WriteLine(p);

int q = "qwerty".IndexOf("\u2c61", 0);
System.Console.WriteLine(q);

System.Console.ReadKey();
}
}
}
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Questionproblems creating setup for C# application Pin
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Questionvirtual node algorithm Pin
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Questiondelegate Pin
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GeneralBest way to extract an image from a stream at a position other than 0? [modified] Pin
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