c# - How to check whether a string ends with a number

Check whether a String ends with a number
The String represents text as a sequence of UTF-16 code units. The String is a sequential collection of characters that is used to represent text. The String is a sequential collection of System.Char objects.

The following .net c# tutorial code demonstrates how we can check whether a String ends with a number. In this .net c# tutorial we will determine whether a String’s last character is a number or not.

The String ToCharArray() method copies the characters in this instance to a Unicode character array. So, we can convert a String to a char array. The ElementAt() method allows us to get the item from a specified index position. This way, we get the last character of a String instance.

The Char IsDigit() method indicates whether a Unicode character is categorized as a decimal digit. We have to pass a Char object to this IsDigit(Char) method to check this provided Char is a digit or not. This method returns true if the provided Character is a decimal digit otherwise false.

The Char IsNumber() method indicates whether a Unicode character is categorized as a number. We have to pass a Unicode character to this method. This IsNumber(Char) method returns true if the provided character is a number otherwise false.
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    protected void Button1_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)  
    {
        //this section create string variables.
        string stringPlants = "Extinguisher Moss. Eytelia";
        string stringPlants2 = "Coast Polypody 5";

        Label1.Text = "string of plants..................<br />";
        Label1.Text += stringPlants;
        Label1.Text += "<br />"+stringPlants2;

        //this line get string end/last character
        char stringLastCharacter = stringPlants.ToCharArray().ElementAt(stringPlants.Length - 1);

        //this line get string end/last character
        char stringLastCharacter2 = stringPlants2.ToCharArray().ElementAt(stringPlants2.Length - 1);

        Boolean result = char.IsNumber(stringLastCharacter);
        Boolean result2 = char.IsNumber(stringLastCharacter2);

        //another option to test character number or letter
        //Boolean result = char.IsDigit(stringLastCharacter);
        //Boolean result2 = char.IsDigit(stringLastCharacter2);

        Label1.Text += "<br /><br />stringPlants last character: " + stringLastCharacter;
        Label1.Text += "<br />stringPlants2 last character: " + stringLastCharacter2;

        Label1.Text += "<br /><br />stringPlants ends with number? " + result.ToString();
        Label1.Text += "<br />stringPlants2 ends with number? " + result2.ToString();
    }  
</script>  
  
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            c# example - string endswith number
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