Check out example codes for "convert string to int c#". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.

Code Example 1

int x = 0;

Int32.TryParse(TextBoxD1.Text, out x);

Code Example 2

int x = Int32.Parse("1234");

Code Example 3

    string str = "10s";
 
    int x = Convert.ToInt32(str);
	Console.WriteLine(x);

Code Example 4

var myInt = int.Parse("123"); // this one throw exception if the argument is not a number
var successfullyParsed = int.TryParse("123", out convertedInt); //this returns true if the convertion has been successfully done (integer is stored in "convertedInt"), otherwise false.

Code Example 5

Int16.Parse("100"); // returns 100
Int16.Parse("(100)", NumberStyles.AllowParentheses); // returns -100

int.Parse("30,000", NumberStyles.AllowThousands, new CultureInfo("en-au"));// returns 30000
int.Parse("$ 10000", NumberStyles.AllowCurrencySymbol); //returns 10000
int.Parse("-100", NumberStyles.AllowLeadingSign); // returns -100
int.Parse(" 100 ", NumberStyles.AllowLeadingWhite | NumberStyles.AllowTrailingWhite); // returns 100

Int64.Parse("2147483649"); // returns 2147483649

Code Example 6

Int16.Parse("100"); // returns 100
Int16.Parse("(100)", NumberStyles.AllowParentheses); // returns -100

int.Parse("30,000", NumberStyles.AllowThousands, new CultureInfo("en-au"));// returns 30000
int.Parse("$ 10000", NumberStyles.AllowCurrencySymbol); //returns 100
int.Parse("-100", NumberStyles.AllowLeadingSign); // returns -100
int.Parse(" 100 ", NumberStyles.AllowLeadingWhite | NumberStyles.AllowTrailingWhite); // returns 100

Int64.Parse("2147483649"); // returns 2147483649

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