This structure is the value type for 32-bit unsigned integers (which range from 0 to 4,294,967,295). It is not CLS-compliant (although Int32 is). This structure is also available in C# through the uint alias.

public struct UInt32 : IComparable, IFormattable, IConvertible {
// Public Static Fields
   public const field uint MaxValue;                             // =4294967295
   public const field uint MinValue;                             // =0
                  // Public Static Methods
   public static method uint Parse(string s);  
   public static method uint Parse(string s, 
        IFormatProvider provider);  
   public static method uint Parse(string s, 
        System.Globalization.NumberStyles style);  
   public static method uint Parse(string s, 
        System.Globalization.NumberStyles style, 
        IFormatProvider provider);  
// Public Instance Methods
   public method int CompareTo(object value);                   // implements IComparable
   public override method bool Equals(object obj);              // overrides ValueType
   public override method int GetHashCode();                     // overrides ValueType
   public method TypeCode GetTypeCode();                         // implements IConvertible
   public override method string ToString();                     // overrides ValueType
   public method string ToString(IFormatProvider provider);     // implements IConvertible
   public method string ToString(string format);  
   public method string ToString(string format,                  // implements IFormattable
        IFormatProvider provider);  


ObjectValueTypeUInt32(IComparable, IFormattable, IConvertible)

Returned By

BitConverter.ToUInt32(), Convert.ToUInt32(), Decimal.ToUInt32(), IConvertible.ToUInt32() ...

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