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Default Help with simple encryption (ASP.NET C#)

If we wish to do a simple encryption. How do we change a string character one by one into ascii format?
is that after we convert a character, we will get a 8 bit number?
Example: xxxxxxxx where x is the ascii number
if i convert a string "Hello" is that the result i will get is something like below?
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (8 x 5 number)

Any help would be appreciated.

Goh Hoang Yuh
- C# Beginner in ASP.NET





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