One of the queries that someone entered in to Google and found my site was:c# test a string to see if it is a number:I suppose there are a couple of ways that this can be done.If you know the datatype that you want to convert it to [i.e you know the numeric range] you can use the Convert class.Convert.ToInt16 (short), Convert.ToInt32 (int), Convert.ToFloat (floats). etc etcYou could also use a regex along the lines of:/^[0-9]+$/or/^[\d]+$/both of the above regex's will check to see if it is a numeric string. (Whole numbers only though).Anyone who is looking for c# test a string to see if it is a number; I hope you find this usefull.
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