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C# Conversion

How would I convert something like below to C# or VB.Net?

unsigned char ar[] = "AB";
unsigned int i = 0;
i = *(unsigned int *)ar;

Thanks
JK

Jan 6 '06 #1
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You could run it through a IL decompiler such as Reflector.
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How would I convert something like below to C# or VB.Net?

unsigned char ar[] = "AB";
unsigned int i = 0;
i = *(unsigned int *)ar;

Thanks
JK

Jan 6 '06 #2

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