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C# / CSharp Tutorial » Data Type » Convert from string 




class MainClass
{
  static void Main()
  {

    string middleCText = "278.4375";
    double middleC = System.Convert.ToDouble(middleCText);
    bool boolean = System.Convert.ToBoolean(middleC);
  }
}














2.51.Convert from string
2.51.1.New and old way to parse an int
2.51.2.new-style (v2.0) try-parse pattern
2.51.3.Type Conversion Using System.Convert
2.51.4.Using TryParse() in Place of an Invalid Cast Exception
2.51.5.Data type parsing
2.51.6.Convert.ToBase64CharArray() Convert.FromBase64CharArray
2.51.7.Example of the BitConverter.GetBytes( uint ) method.
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