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Using C#, how would you programtically read in an EBCDIC value of ampersand "&"and convert it to its DEC equivalent of "80"?

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I am developing a C# application using .Net Framework 4.0

Do you know how I can read in a txt file that has an EBCDIC value of ampersand (&) in the 4th position of the file and then programmatically convert this value to its DEC equivalent value of "80" ?

I have attached a sample file.  

DEC    EDCDIC
080     &
ExhibitA.txt
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May be this will help:
EBCDIC Encoding with .NET
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