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I have list of data which are predefined, I don't want to store all those data in the database as it is and also I don't want to have separate table for those data. So I have used Enumerators and saved only the enumerators values like '1,3,4,5,6' in the database. Now I fetch the record as '1,3,4,5,6' and I have to check those values in the user interface. How do I get the string values from Enum by passing these IDs as comma separated value without using loop may be by using LINQ.

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Posted 6-Jul-12 2:31am

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Solution 1

Cast it to the enum type:
MyEnum me = (MyEnum) myInteger;
Then just use the ToString override to get the enum value name:
string s = me.ToString();
Beula Joyce at 6-Jul-12 23:55pm
I would like to get the values as comma separated when I pass the enum values as (1,2,3) and it should return (hot,cold,neutral)

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