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Encoding.ASCII.GetString(bytes) return string with not expected

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
Example   byte[] bytes = {  0x36,0x92,0x30,0x94}; string rs=  Encoding.ASCII.GetString(bytes) ; //result rs = ?60?   Is Wrong Result; Result Right is     '60". So this function should fix to properly decode two symbols ' and " Code ASCII ' is 0x92,Code ACII for " is  0x94

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