What are the type-conversion methods available in Dot Net?

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Answer:

Following are the type-conversion methods which are used to convert to any datatype.

ToBoolean: Converts a type to a Boolean value,where possible.
ToByte: Converts a type to a byte.
ToChar: Converts a type to a single Unicode character, where possible.
ToDateTime: Converts a type (integer or string type) to date-time structures.
ToDecimal: Converts a floating point or integer type to a decimal type.
ToDouble: Converts a type to a double type.
ToInt16: Converts a type to a 16-bit integer.
ToInt32: Converts a type to a 32-bit integer.
ToInt64: Converts a type to a 64-bit integer.
ToSbyte: Converts a type to a signed byte type.
ToSingle: Converts a type to a small floating point number.
ToString: Converts a type to a string.
ToType: Converts a type to a specified type.
ToUInt16: Converts a type to an unsigned int type.
ToUInt32: Converts a type to an unsigned long type
ToUInt64: Converts a type to an unsigned big integer.


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