Getting the String that Represent the Value of ValueTuple<T1> Instance in C#

ValueTuple is a structure introduced in C# 7.0 which represents the value type Tuple. It allows you to store a data set that contains multiple values that may or may not be related to each other. You can also get a string that represents the value of the ValueTuple’s object with the help of the ToString Method.
This method returns a string that will represent the value of the ValueTuple<T1> object. The string represented by this method is in the form of (Item1) here Item1 represents the values of Item1 property, and it will represent a String.Empty if any property contains a null value.

Syntax:

public override string ToString ();

Return Type: The return type of this method is System.String. So, it will return a string that represents ValueTuple<T1> object.

Example 1:

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// C# program to illustrate
// the use of ToString method
using System;
  
namespace exampleofvaluetuple {
  
class GFG{
  
    // Main Method
    static void Main(string[] args)
    {
        // 1-ValueTuple
        var v1 = ValueTuple.Create("Rina");
  
        // Get the value of ValueTuple<T1>
        // With the help of ToString method
        Console.WriteLine("ValueTuple 1: " + v1.ToString());
    }
}
}

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Output:

ValueTuple 1: (Rina)

Example 2:

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// C# program to illustrate the 
// use of ToString method
using System;
   
namespace exampleofvaluetuple{
  
    class Program {
  
        // Main Method
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            // Nested Value Tuples
            var Emp1 = (Name:"Anu", Age: 23, Languages:ValueTuple.Create("C++",
                                                      "Java", "Python", "C#"));
   
            var Emp2 = (Name:"Boond", Age:27, Post: "Junior Engineer",
                          Languages:ValueTuple.Create("C++", "Java"));
   
            var Emp3 = (Name: "Rohit", Age: 25, Post: "HR"
                        Languages: ValueTuple.Create("C++"
                                            "Java", "C#"));
   
   
            var Emp4 = (Name: "Mohan", Age: 26, Post: "Junior Engineer",
                 Languages: ValueTuple.Create("C++", "Java", "Python"));
   
   
            // Get the value of Nested ValueTuples
            // With the help of ToString method
            Console.WriteLine("NValueTuple 1: {0}", Emp1.ToString());
            Console.WriteLine("NValueTuple 2: {0}", Emp2.ToString());
            Console.WriteLine("NValueTuple 3: {0}", Emp3.ToString());
            Console.WriteLine("NValueTuple 4: {0}", Emp4.ToString());
   
   
        }
    }
}

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Output:

NValueTuple 1: (Anu, 23, (C++, Java, Python, C#))
NValueTuple 2: (Boond, 27, Junior Engineer, (C++, Java))
NValueTuple 3: (Rohit, 25, HR, (C++, Java, C#))
NValueTuple 4: (Mohan, 26, Junior Engineer, (C++, Java, Python))



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