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Convert.ToInt64 Method (String, IFormatProvider)

April 12, 2014

Converts the specified String representation of a number to an equivalent 64-bit signed integer using the specified culture-specific formatting information.

Namespace:  System
Assembly:  mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
public static long ToInt64(
	string value,
	IFormatProvider provider
)

Parameters

value
Type: System.String
A String containing a number to convert.
provider
Type: System.IFormatProvider
An IFormatProvider interface implementation that supplies culture-specific formatting information.

Return Value

Type: System.Int64
A 64-bit signed integer equivalent to the value of value.
-or-
Zero if value is null.
ExceptionCondition
FormatException

value does not consist of an optional sign followed by a sequence of digits (zero through nine).

OverflowException

value represents a number less than MinValue or greater than MaxValue.

The return value is the result of invoking the Int64.Parse method on value.

provider is an IFormatProvider instance that obtains a NumberFormatInfo object. The NumberFormatInfo object provides culture-specific information about the format of value. If provider is null, the NumberFormatInfo for the current culture is used.

If you prefer not to handle an exception if the conversion fails, you can call the Int64.TryParse method instead. It returns a Boolean value that indicates whether the conversion succeeded or failed.

The following code example converts String representations of 64-bit integers with the ToInt64 method, using an IFormatProvider object.


// Example of the Convert.ToInt64( string ) and 
// Convert.ToInt64( string, IFormatProvider ) methods.
using System;
using System.Globalization;

class Example
{
   static string format = "{0,-22}{1,-20}{2}";

   // Get the exception type name; remove the namespace prefix.
   static string GetExceptionType(Exception ex)
   {
      string exceptionType = ex.GetType().ToString();
      return exceptionType.Substring(
          exceptionType.LastIndexOf('.') + 1);
   }

   static void ConvertToInt64(System.Windows.Controls.TextBlock outputBlock, string numericStr,
       IFormatProvider provider)
   {
      object defaultValue;
      object providerValue;

      // Convert numericStr to Int64 without a format provider.
      try
      {
         defaultValue = Convert.ToInt64(numericStr);
      }
      catch (Exception ex)
      {
         defaultValue = GetExceptionType(ex);
      }

      // Convert numericStr to Int64 with a format provider.
      try
      {
         providerValue = Convert.ToInt64(numericStr, provider);
      }
      catch (Exception ex)
      {
         providerValue = GetExceptionType(ex);
      }

      outputBlock.Text += String.Format(format, numericStr,
          defaultValue, providerValue) + "\n";
   }

   public static void Demo(System.Windows.Controls.TextBlock outputBlock)
   {
      // Create a NumberFormatInfo object and set several of its
      // properties that apply to numbers.
      NumberFormatInfo provider = new NumberFormatInfo();

      // These properties affect the conversion.
      provider.NegativeSign = "neg ";
      provider.PositiveSign = "pos ";

      // These properties do not affect the conversion.
      // The input string cannot have decimal and group separators.
      provider.NumberDecimalSeparator = ".";
      provider.NumberGroupSeparator = ",";
      provider.NumberGroupSizes = new int[] { 3 };
      provider.NumberNegativePattern = 0;

      outputBlock.Text += String.Format("This example of\n" +
          "  Convert.ToInt64( string ) and \n" +
          "  Convert.ToInt64( string, IFormatProvider ) " +
          "\ngenerates the following output. It converts " +
          "several strings to \nlong values, using " +
          "default formatting or a NumberFormatInfo object.\n") + "\n";
      outputBlock.Text += String.Format(format, "String to convert",
          "Default/exception", "Provider/exception") + "\n";
      outputBlock.Text += String.Format(format, "-----------------",
          "-----------------", "------------------") + "\n";

      // Convert strings, with and without an IFormatProvider.
      ConvertToInt64(outputBlock, "123456789", provider);
      ConvertToInt64(outputBlock, "+123456789", provider);
      ConvertToInt64(outputBlock, "pos 123456789", provider);
      ConvertToInt64(outputBlock, "-123456789", provider);
      ConvertToInt64(outputBlock, "neg 123456789", provider);
      ConvertToInt64(outputBlock, "123456789.", provider);
      ConvertToInt64(outputBlock, "123,456,789", provider);
      ConvertToInt64(outputBlock, "(123456789)", provider);
      ConvertToInt64(outputBlock, "9223372036854775808", provider);
      ConvertToInt64(outputBlock, "-9223372036854775809", provider);
   }
}

/*
This example of
  Convert.ToInt64( string ) and
  Convert.ToInt64( string, IFormatProvider )
generates the following output. It converts several strings to
long values, using default formatting or a NumberFormatInfo object.

String to convert     Default/exception   Provider/exception
-----------------     -----------------   ------------------
123456789             123456789           123456789
+123456789            123456789           FormatException
pos 123456789         FormatException     123456789
-123456789            -123456789          FormatException
neg 123456789         FormatException     -123456789
123456789.            FormatException     FormatException
123,456,789           FormatException     FormatException
(123456789)           FormatException     FormatException
9223372036854775808   OverflowException   OverflowException
-9223372036854775809  OverflowException   FormatException
*/


Windows Phone OS

Supported in: 8.1, 8.0, 7.1, 7.0

Windows Phone

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