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Convert a byte to an Int

Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hi all,

I'm having a small (I hope) problem.

Can someone tell me how to convert a byte to its int value?

I have a method from a 3rd party object which returns the LCD brightness value of its screen. Its a value between 0 and 100. The documentation shows that the return value is a single byte.

How do I convert this byte value to its integer value?

byte b = ti.LcdBrightness;

Thanks,

Sunny
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Int32 i = Convert.ToInt32(b);
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Thanks, I was thinking far too complicated!
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