Casting Conversions « Data Types « C# / C Sharp

1.An example that uses an implicit conversion operatorAn example that uses an implicit conversion operator
2.Use an explicit conversionUse an explicit conversion
3.illustrates casting objectsillustrates casting objects
4.The use of the cast operatorThe use of the cast operator
5.Casting int float and byte
6.User-Defined Conversions: How It Works: Conversion Lookup
7.Conversions: Numeric Types
8.Numeric Types: Checked Conversions
9.Conversions:Numeric Types:Checked Conversions

10.Conversions:Numeric Types:Conversions and Member LookupConversions:Numeric Types:Conversions and Member Lookup
11.Conversions:Numeric Types:Explicit Numeric ConversionsConversions:Numeric Types:Explicit Numeric Conversions
12.Conversions of Classes (Reference Types)\To an Interface the Object Might ImplementConversions of Classes (Reference Types)\To an Interface 
 the Object Might Implement
13.Conversions of Classes (Reference Types):To the Base Class of an ObjectConversions of Classes (Reference Types):To the Base Class of an Object
14.User-Defined Conversions:A Simple ExampleUser-Defined Conversions:A Simple Example
15.Classes and Pre and Post Conversions
16.Conversion Lookup
20.NumberStyles.Integer | NumberStyles.AllowDecimalPoint
21.NumberStyles.Integer | NumberStyles.AllowThousands
22.NumberStyles.Integer | NumberStyles.AllowExponent
24.Converts String to Any Other Type
25.Convert To Int 32
26.Converts a number value into a string that represents the number expressed in whole kilobytes.
27.Converts a numeric value into number expressed as a size value in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, gigabytes, or terabytes depending on the size.
28.Returns a System.String representation of the value object
29.Convert string to char
30.Convert double value to bool and string
31.Converts a base data type to another base data type.