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extracting substring

string comm="CONTSCAN E:\\projects backup\\ankitclam
int x=comm.Length;
string path;

it works fine and give path as
E:\projects backup\ankitclam backup\Clamtest\testing\hello.txt

but when i give path
string comm="CONTSCAN E:\\projects backup\\ankitclam
int x=comm.Length;
string path;
path=comm.Substring(9,x); //crashes here

crashes on line : path=comm.Substring(9,x);

throwing exception
System.Argument.OutOfRangeException:Index and length must refer to location
within the string.
Parameter name:length
at System.String.Substring(Int32 startIndex,Int32 length)
Dec 13 '05 #1
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