All C# extension methods for type int32

IsPrime
Returns true when a integer is a prime.

TryParse
This method takes away the need for writing two lines for TryParse and gives users an option of returning a default number.

int.IsNumber()
Checks if an integer is a number

KB,MB,GB,TB
Simplest way to get a number of bytes at different measures. KB, MB, GB or TB,

ToInteger
Convert datatable field to int32

IsInRange
Finds if the int is the specified range

IsOdd
Checks whether a number is odd

WordCount
Count all words in a given string. Excludes whitespaces, tabs and line breaks.

Map
Remaps a number from one range to another. That is, a value of fromLow would get mapped to toLow, a value of fromHigh to toHigh, values inbetween to values inbetween, etc. (like Arduino function map) Parameters value: the number to map. fromLow: the lower bound of the value’s current range. fromHigh: the upper bound of the value’s current range. toLow: the lower bound of the value’s target range. toHigh: the upper bound of the value’s target range.

IsEven
Checks whether a number is even

LCM
Uses the Euclidean Algorithm to determine the Least Common Multiplier for an array of integers

Squared
Returns the squared value

To
Creates a range of integers as an IEnumerable<Int32>.

IntToGuid
Converts an integer to a Guid. This could be used within a unit test to mock objects.

ToArray
Returns an array of int containing all caracters that compose the number.

SecondsToString
Converts the number of seconds to a string displaying hours and minutes

Times
Repeats an action a number of times.

Length
Determines how many numbers compose the integer if it was represented as a string.

KB
Simplest way to get a number of kilobytes.

MultiplyBy
A simple multiplication extension. Backing idea is to overcome the ridiculous flaw in the Int32 value type when a regular multiplication overflows the Int32 value range. Along these lines it would also be possible to gracefully return larger values as e.g. longs, or as BigInt (when the BCL team gets around to implementing it ;). But the example here sticks to the bounds of the Int32 range.

TimesSelector
Inspired from ye good old ruby on rails, provides you with new DateTime instances based on an integer you provide. Look at realfiction.net > extension methods for more detail

MB
Simplest way to get a number of megabytes.

ExcelColumnName
Returns the excel column name from a column index

In
Returns true when a number is included in the specified collection.

TimesOrUntil
Attempts to retrieve a valid a result from your function one or more times with an optional 'in between' step (i.e. delay). Replaces a common code pattern with a more readable, shared pattern.

Intuitive date creation
Allows you to create date very easily, like 19.June(1970)

IntegerToTimeSpan
Converts an integer to a timespan

AddOrdinal
Add an ordinal to a number,

AsSequenceTo
Creates a numeric list of integers starting at the current instance and ending at the maximum value.