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How to convert a string to a unsigned long number in C#?

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Want to convert a string to a big number. For example, want to achieve
ToULong("1234567890");
 I got the error:
"error CS0103: The name 'ToULong' does not exist in the current context"
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           ulong ul = Convert.ToUInt64("1234567890");
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Alternative to ToULong is ToUInt64. Try it.
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Isn't that what I said?
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by:Carl Tawn
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Alternative, albeit it only semantic since they both do the same thing:
ulong ul = ulong.Parse("1234567890");

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And with tryparse..

Best regards.
ulong number;
if(ulong.TryParse("33535355353", out number){
// Do stuf
}

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Really appreciated everyone's tips.
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