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Hello experts :-)

enum Letters
{
   aaa,
   bbb,
   ccc
}

string a;
Letters letters;

a = "aaa";
letters = a;  //<- how can I do it?

Thank you

panJames


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string a;
Letters letters;

a = "aaa";
letters = (Letters)Enum.Parse(typeof(Letters), a, true);
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Last boolean value (true above) is for Ignore case or not.
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