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How to Parse Checkbox Input Type Value to String

Posted on 2013-01-08
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I currently have this functionality in place for a decimal value, but I also need it for a checkbox. Below is what I have in place for the decimal value, how can I replicate this for my check box value?

if (decimal.TryParse(txtGift.Value.ToString().Replace("$", ""), out number))//93
            {
                addItemToCart("Gift of ", number);
                addDonations(number, 93);
                addOnTotal = addOnTotal + number;
            } 

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For a check box - it's either checked or not. What do you want to parse?
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