Enums are a structured (ordinal) collection of integral, value-type, Constants. You might say they are "tightly bound" at compile-time.
Two days ago I responded to a question about Enums here on the C# QA Forum: [^].
I hope you might find the content of that response, the comparison of an Enum with its (static) Class equivalent, and the links included in it, helpful.
It is possible to modify an Enum at run-time, but you have to use Reflection to do it, and I'd highly recommend you not do that for performance reasons, as well as reasons of unnecessary code complexity.
“I'm an artist: it's self evident that word implies looking for something all the time without ever finding it in full. It is the opposite of saying : 'I know all about it. I've already found it.'
As far as I'm concerned, the word means: 'I am looking. I am hunting for it. I am deeply involved.'”
microsoft translator api doesn't translate text with proper meaning it only takes word to word mean in c# \
means when i want to translate this sentence
"I WANT YOU TO WRITE THESE"
it does translate this sentence as
मैं इस पढ़ने के लिए आप चाहते हैं in hindi which is not proper .also it doesn't take phrases into consideration
pls give me a solution on this i am tearing my head on this.
You will never get perfect translation when doing it through software, since a phrase in one language may be interpreted in different ways, and sometimes will not make sense in another language. Consider the English phrases: Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana.
Unless you enter the number through your own software, you will not be able to capture this data directly.
You could, of course, scan data on the image and with image recognition and maybe read invoice value out. That approach won't be an easy one though.