VS 2010 - Can't Stand Appending A Concatenated String

Jun 28, 2012

sbJavaAlert.Append("alert( "" + msg + "" );");

I can't stand appending a concatenated string. Isn't that the purpose of using a stringbuilder? This is another developer's code and I am adding onto another part of it, but I want to change this too. Or should I just let still waters lie, as the saying goes?

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