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Learn about the various methods available for working with variables and data types. Part 1 of 3.
In this video, we'll discuss converting from one data type to another. We'll look at some of the considerations and issues you'll have to take into account while doing so. In part two, we'll look at some different examples of converting data from one type to another using conversion operators. In part three, we'll continue looking at data conversions, this time using the built-in C# Convert class.