C# & Java
This is the setting for the C# & Java programming languages. The values for this preset are:-
This allows you to customize the individual settings for the following:-
Space before concatenate character
If the enclosing character appears in the string, this character is used to escape it, thus making it a literal value. This is typically backslash (\) in most programming languages.
Each line of string is concatenated by this character. This is usually the plus (+) operator in most programming languages. In PHP it is the dot (.) operator
In some languages such as C#, the first line of the string can start with special characters such as: @@ (verbatim string) or $ (format string)
This is the terminator at the very end of the last line of the output. Typically this is semi-colon (;) for languages modelled after C/C++
Space Before Concatenate Character
This can help improve readability by putting a space between the ending encloser for the string and the string concatenator.