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Parsing Strings to Boolean

, 16 Sep 2010 CPOL
If you don't need to check for other strings than True or False, then, you should use Boolean.Parse or Boolean.TryParse.// Return trueBoolean.Parse("true");// Return falseBoolean.Parse("false");// Exception.. you can prevent that from happening by using a try..catch// or using...

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Handy extension method that parses common boolean expressions

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