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I have a string
105 102 109 109 112 120 112 115 109 101 

it is a ASCII code (means hello world in ascii) and I want to decode it in c#.
I know how to do it with bytes, but I don't know how to do it with strings.
There is a space between every character.
What can I do ?
Thanks in advance

What I have tried:

tried to convert the string into a byte array.
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Updated 30-Jan-21 17:30pm
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PIEBALDconsult 31-Jan-21 20:19pm
   
You need to learn to decompose a complex task into several simpler sub-tasks.

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It's nothing but splitting the string into an array of strings, then iterating over the array and converting each of those small strings into an integer, then a character.

Look at the String.Split()[^] method.

By the way, those values will not output "helloworld". They are all off by 1.
   
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Arda Güler 31-Jan-21 0:00am
   
Thanks :D

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