IPAddress from string in C#

How to using  IPAddress.Parse Method

This should  work using System.Net.IPAddress.

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Example:

IPAddressFromString
The number of parts (each part is separated by a period) in ipString determines how the IP address is constructed. A one part address is stored directly in the network address. A two part address, convenient for specifying a class A address, puts the leading part in the first byte and the trailing part in the right-most three bytes of the network address. A three part address, convenient for specifying a class B address, puts the first part in the first byte, the second part in the second byte, and the final part in the right-most two bytes of the network address. For example:
Number of parts and example ipStringIPv4 address for IPAddress
1 — “65536”0.0.255.255
2 — “20.2”20.0.0.2
2 — “20.65535”20.0.255.255
3 — “128.1.2”128.1.0.2
IPAddress from string in C#
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