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How to convert string to enum

It is good practice to use enums to choose which part of the code should be executed, but sometimes you’ll get a string and have to convert it to an enum.
Here is, how you can do it.

First, declare a custom enum or use a given one.

And then use the Enum.Parse command. This command uses 2 parameters. First the type of the enum and second the string of the enum-value.

To get a string from an enum, just call ToString

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