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1.Convert.ToDecimal (Boolean) converts Boolean value to decimal number.
2.Convert.ToDecimal (Double) converts double number to an equivalent decimal number.
3.Convert.ToDecimal (Int16) converts 16-bit signed integer to decimal number.
4.Convert.ToDecimal (Int32) converts 32-bit signed integer to decimal number.
5.Convert.ToDecimal (Int64) converts specified 64-bit signed integer to decimal number.
6.Convert.ToDecimal (Object) converts object to decimal number.
7.Convert.ToDecimal (SByte) converts 8-bit signed integer to decimal number.
8.Convert.ToDecimal (Single) converts single-precision floating-point number to decimal number.
9.Convert.ToDecimal (String) converts string to decimal number.
10.Convert.ToDecimal(String, IFormatProvider) converts string to decimal number using culture-specific format
11.Convert.ToDecimal (UInt16) converts 16-bit unsigned integer to decimal number.
12.Convert.ToDecimal (UInt32) converts 32-bit unsigned integer to decimal number.
13.Convert.ToDecimal (UInt64) converts 64-bit unsigned integer to decimal number.
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