I am also a New Learner, Base on the Request, This Simple Code would detect if a Number is Even or ODD number....

// This is to Detect Odd and Even Number

bool ValidateDegreeValue; // This is to Validate that the User Enter Number Data
        double DegreeValueNum; // This Define the Length of the Number that the User can Enter
        // The below Code will notify the User if the data enter is not Numerical
        ValidateDegreeValue = double.TryParse(txtDegreeValue.Text, out DegreeValueNum);
        if (ValidateDegreeValue == false)
            MessageBox.Show("Enter Valid Temperature Value", "Input Error");

   if (DegreeValueNum % 2 == 0)
            txtNumClass.Text = DegreeValueNum.ToString() + " Is an Even Number";
            txtNumClass.Text = DegreeValueNum.ToString() + " Is an Odd Number";

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And your question is?

WaltP, I think this is just a code snippet.

jnmisa, you can remove the use of the bool "ValidateDegreeValue" and put the TryParse iside the "if" statement if you want.

Obviously. But why?

I don't have a Question concern that... I put it there that it might help someone like me

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