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VB.Net to C# Conversion Help

I am having a problem converting one line of code in this VB.Net Function. I have marked the line below in its context. In the converted C# code I am getting a error stating "Input string was not in a correct format". Is there anyone out there that can shed some light on fixing this line.. I have included the entire function so that you may see the context. The VB.Net line is : lChar = CInt("&H" & Mid(sMD5, (lCount * 2) - 1, 2)) Mod 32 The Converted C# is : lChar = Convert.ToInt32("&H" + Strings.Mid(sMD5, (lCount * 2) - 1, 2)) % 32; Thanks for any help sent this way... Steve Graddy orgbrat@orgbrat.com

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SG Steve Graddy March 30, 2004 06:52 AM

Just in case anyone was interested, here is the solution: lChar = Convert.ToInt32(Strings.Mid(sMD5, (lCount * 2) - 1, 2),16) %32; The key was adding the 16 format specifier. >I am having a problem converting one line of code in this VB.Net Function. >I have marked the line below in its context. In the converted C# code I am getting >a error stating "Input string was not in a correct format". Is there anyone out there >that can shed some light on fixing this line.. I have included the entire function so >that you may see the context. > >The VB.Net line is : lChar = CInt("&H" & Mid(sMD5, (lCount * 2) - 1, 2)) Mod 32 > >The Converted C# is : lChar = Convert.ToInt32("&H" + Strings.Mid(sMD5, (lCount * 2) - 1, 2)) % 32; > >Thanks for any help sent this way... > >Steve Graddy >orgbrat@orgbrat.com

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