[IronPython] Typecasting in ironPython
rawatsaurabh at yahoo.co.in
Fri Mar 18 08:24:11 CET 2011
HI , i am facing this problem of typecasting a given integer to a enum value.
following is the enum class
NoisePath np = (NoisePath)255
public enum NoisePath
NOISE_PATH_NONE = 0,
NOISE_PATH_UPLINK = 1,
NOISE_PATH_DOWNLINK = 2,
NOISE_PATH_MIX = 3,
NOISE_PATH_UPLINK_KODIAK_POC = 4,
NOISE_PATH_FM_RADIO = 5,
i tried the following in Ipy code and got the following errors :
np = (NoisePath)255
-->ERROR: Invalid Syntax , this comes at the time of script format checking , not even the function body gets executed
np = Convert.ToByte(255)
function(no) , hre function accepts the argument of type NoisePath
-->ERROR: expected NoisePath, got Byte,this comes at the time of script execution ,at least some function body gets executed
Plz assist me on this.!!
Rgds and Thansk in advance !!
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