Cast int to enum in C#

How can an int be cast to an enum in C#? From a string:

From an int:

Update: From number you can also

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Case insensitive ‘Contains(string)’

Is there a way to make the following return true?

There doesn’t seem to be an overload that allows me to set the case sensitivity.. Currently I UPPERCASE them both, but that’s just silly. UPDATE The sillyness I refer […]

How do I enumerate an enum?

How can you enumerate an enum in C#? E.g. the following code does not compile:

And gives the following compile-time error: ‘Suit’ is a ‘type’ but is used like a ‘variable’ It fails on the Suit keyword, the second […]

What is the difference between String and string in C#?

Example (note the case):

What are the guidelines for the use of each? And what are the differences? string is an alias in C# for System.String. So technically, there is no difference. It’s like int vs. System.Int32. As far […]

How to enumerate an enum in C#

How can you enumerate an enum in C#? E.g. the following code does not compile:

  It gives the following compile-time error: ‘Suit’ is a ‘type’ but is used like a ‘variable’ It fails on the Suit keyword, the second one. You can […]

What is the difference between String and string in C#

  What is the difference when you look on this example:

  string is an alias in C# for System.String. It’s like int vs. System.Int32. It is generally recommended to use string any time you are referring to an object. e.g.

Likewise, I think it’s […]