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I am taking substrings in HEXADECIMAL Format and converting them in Decimal Integer.
For displaying, i need to convert intergers to strings.
After getting some correct values I am getting error.
Input String is not in a correct format.
string substring = string.Empty;
               if (msg.Length > 57)
               substring = msg.Substring(54, 2);

 int decValue = int.Parse(substring, System.Globalization.NumberStyles.HexNumber);
               string hexValue = decValue.ToString();
               richTextBox1.AppendText (hexValue) ;
Posted 16-Jan-13 22:36pm
Edited 16-Jan-13 22:46pm

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Solution 1

Try debugging your code to see for what text you get this error.
This will help you correct issues with data (or your code).
ontheline89 at 17-Jan-13 3:42am
I am getting some values which are in not in correct format. But how to avoid them ?
Abhinav S at 17-Jan-13 3:50am
Try to put in validations to allow the user to correct them.

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