Top 20 NuGet string Packages

Tools and extensions to the .Net framework.
Tools and extensions for working with text.
Controls library.
CodeJam is a set of handy reusable .NET components that can simplify your daily work and save your time when you copy and paste your favorite helper methods and classes from one project to another.
Many utilities like: enumeration, hash, json (extension newtonsoft), regex, signature, string, uri, dictionary, etc
String extension methods for performing {named} {{parameterized}} string formatting, written for NetStandard 2.0
This package includes .NET Standard code only helpers such as: - IncrementalLoadingCollection: Simplifies the definition and usage of collections whose items can be loaded incrementally only when needed by the view. - String extensions and array extensions: These extensions make working ...
An enhancement to the String.Format library that allows for named place holders.
String wildcard match (I can not believe no one already wrote a simple NuGet package to do this).
.NET Extensions and helpers for Core and Common .NET types
The fastest Levenshtein on NuGet. Supports .NET Framework and .NET Core (.NET Standard 1.0). Levenshtein calculates the shortest possible distance between two strings. Producing a count of the number of insertions, deletions and substitutions to make one string into another.
A .NET port of java-string-similarity.
Provides string extension methods for replacing tokens within strings (using the format '{name}') with their specified lookup value.
Accessory to Persian calendar, string extensions, encryption, ip, log and rest api for .Net. You can easily use it.
my useful extension methods of String.
Package lets your create usernames, password, dates, phone numbers, colours and random sentences.
lib12 is set of useful classes and extension created for .NET framework
A string library that includes common string extensions, improvements to Trim, such as middle trim with TrimAll, etc.
TypeNameFormatter provides some extension methods that can be used instead of Type.ToString() to format a type's name the way it would look in C#: * StringBuilder.AppendFormattedName(Type, [TypeNameFormatOptions]) * Type.GetFormattedName([TypeNameFormatOptions]) See the README at the project's Git...
わたしが欲しいと思った適当な機能たち for C#