Here is an interesting post for you all. How to convert a string input (e.g. "123", "325", or "1346" ) to an integer without using the predefined or library functions provided by dotnet framework (or c# language library functions).
Its pretty easy one to implement once you get an idea about it.
Here is a sample code for converting string to an integer using the technique "ascii characters".
public static void Main()
string str = Console.ReadLine();
int j = 0;
int myNumber = 0;
string strReverse =String.Empty;
//Reverse the string
foreach (char temp in str)
strReverse = temp + strReverse;
foreach (char temp in strReverse)
int i = temp - 48; //Ascii character
myNumber = myNumber + i * myPower(10,j);
public static int myPower(int i, int j)
int final = 1;
for (int loop =0 ; loop < j; loop++)
final = final * i;
Try the above code, it works fine. I have tested it already. But if you still have any questions please post your doubts or suggestions in the comments area.
Have fun programming :)