Csharp Escape/Unescape

Form of C# Escaping/Unescaping

Enter Csharp or .NET code here to escape/unescape:

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About online C# escape/unescape

About Csharp escape/unescape

Escapes or unescapes a C# string removing traces of offending characters that could prevent compiling.

The Csharp Escape / Csharp Unescape tool was created to help with escape special unicode characters into a quoted string literal value for C# source code and also unescape it.

What characters are replaced?

The following characters are reserved in C# and must be properly escaped to be used in strings:

  • Backspace is replaced with \b
  • Newline is replaced with \n
  • Tab is replaced with \t
  • Carriage return is replaced with \r
  • Form feed is replaced with \f
  • Single quote is replaced with \'
  • Double quote is replaced with \"
  • Backslash is replaced with \\

How it Works?

Just paste your C# or .NET code to the textarea above and click to the button "Escape" or "Unescape" and you will get your escaped/unescaped data.

Example of C# Escaping

Csharp before:
using System;
namespace ExampleCode {
	class Program {
		public static void value(int num) {
			num++;
		}
		public static void reference(ref int num) {
			num++;
		}
		static void Main(string[] args) {
			int num;
			Console.Write("Enter a number:\t");
			num = Convert.ToInt32(Console.ReadLine());
			Console.WriteLine("\n\n\tValue Type");
			Console.WriteLine("----------------");
			Console.Write("\nPrevious Value:\t{0}", num);
			Program.value(num);
			Console.Write("\nCurrent Value:\t{0}", num);
			Console.WriteLine("\n\n\n----------------");
			Console.WriteLine("\tReference Type");
			Console.WriteLine("--------------------");
			Console.Write("\nPrevious Value:\t{0}", num);
			Program.reference(ref num);
			Console.Write("\nCurrent Value:\t{0}", num);
			Console.ReadLine();
		}
	}
}
After:
using System;\r\nnamespace ExampleCode {\r\n\tclass Program {\r\n\t\tpublic static void value(int num) {\r\n\t\t\tnum++;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t\tpublic static void reference(ref int num) {\r\n\t\t\tnum++;\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t\tstatic void Main(string[] args) {\r\n\t\t\tint num;\r\n\t\t\tConsole.Write(\"Enter a number:\\t\");\r\n\t\t\tnum = Convert.ToInt32(Console.ReadLine());\r\n\t\t\tConsole.WriteLine(\"\\n\\n\\tValue Type\");\r\n\t\t\tConsole.WriteLine(\"----------------\");\r\n\t\t\tConsole.Write(\"\\nPrevious Value:\\t{0}\", num);\r\n\t\t\tProgram.value(num);\r\n\t\t\tConsole.Write(\"\\nCurrent Value:\\t{0}\", num);\r\n\t\t\tConsole.WriteLine(\"\\n\\n\\n----------------\");\r\n\t\t\tConsole.WriteLine(\"\\tReference Type\");\r\n\t\t\tConsole.WriteLine(\"--------------------\");\r\n\t\t\tConsole.Write(\"\\nPrevious Value:\\t{0}\", num);\r\n\t\t\tProgram.reference(ref num);\r\n\t\t\tConsole.Write(\"\\nCurrent Value:\\t{0}\", num);\r\n\t\t\tConsole.ReadLine();\r\n\t\t}\r\n\t}\r\n}
After the conversion, you can apply the C# code to your project or use it for some other purpose.
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