development:csharp:converting_bytes

C# Reading from and writing to byte array

Byte[] ByteName = new Byte[101];                                 // Declare bytearray
Buffer.BlockCopy(bytes, 0, ByteName, 0, 101);                    // Copy part of byte array (bytes) to ByteName
string Name = Encoding.UTF8.GetString(ByteName).TrimEnd('\0');   // Convert to string, and trim
 
bytes[100]                             // UInt8 on location 100
BitConverter.ToUInt16(bytes, 101);     // UInt16 on location 101 (has length 2 bytes)
BitConverter.ToUInt32(bytes, 103);     // UInt32 on location 103 (has length 4 bytes)
BitConverter.ToUInt32(bytes, 107);     // UInt64 on location 107 (has length 8 bytes)
 
string name = "text" + char.MinValue;  // Null terminate string
 
BitConverter.GetBytes(bool);         // Get bytes from value
Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(string)
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  • development/csharp/converting_bytes.txt
  • Last modified: 2021-05-20 20:22
  • by tplecko