Append string without hard coded value

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I have a string which looks like:

A5050MM 

What I am trying to achieve is to append the end of the string so it becomes:

A5050MM01 A5050MM02 ... 

Currently I am doing this as follows:

string sn = "A5050MM";  for (int i = 0; i <= 99; i++) {    string appendVal = i < 10 ? "0" + i : i.ToString();    string finalsn = string.Concat(sn, appendVal);    Console.WriteLine(finalsn); } 

This works but as you can see I am hardcoding the "0" because if I don't then the output will be A5050MM1, A5050MM2 ... until 9.

My question is there another way to achieve this without hard coding the "0" or is this the only approach I will have to follow?

Thanks in advance for your help.

 


You can use the overload of ToString that takes a format:

string sn = "A5050MM";  for (int i = 0; i <= 99; i++) {    string finalsn = string.Concat(sn, i.ToString("00"));    Console.WriteLine(finalsn); } 

See a live demo on rextester.

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