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Get string between two strings in a string in C#

To get string between two strings in a string, we will need to get the first position of the first string using method IndexOf() and add the length of the first string, in the other hand we need to get the index of the second string and finally do a substring using these positions.


using System;  

public class Example
    public static void Main()
	string originalString = "Hello Test User"; 

	string FirstString = "Hello";
	string LastString = "User";
        int Pos1 = originalString.IndexOf(FirstString) + FirstString.Length;
        int Pos2 = originalString.IndexOf(LastString);
        string FinalString = originalString.Substring(Pos1, Pos2 - Pos1);




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