deleting charector from a string

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    deleting charector from a string

    OK is it possable to delete an charactor from a string, ' " ' and ' , ' to be persise, now i got a feeling you can but, i have no idea how or even where to begin. any help would be helpful.

    also as a side note, where is the best place ot find C# tutorals? because what i've found so far, tend to be over the top or strang.

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    Strings are immutable so you can't actually remove it, you can however create a new string with those characters removed.
    Code:
    string NewString = OldString.Replace("\"", "").Replace(",", "");
    If performance is an issue it might be better to use a StringBuilder instead.
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