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Format number without decimal using c# and asp.net

Posted on 2006-10-24
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I have the following code:

double dblDeductible = double.Parse(reader["DEDUCTIBLE_SIR"].ToString());
this.txtDeductible.Text = dblDeductible.ToString("C");

and I get the result of $2000.00.  I know if I change ToString from a "C" to a "G", I drop the dollar sign.  I want to know how to drop the decimal (".00") so it becomes just 2000 or $2000.

Thanks for any help...
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by:mrichmon
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You can use any manual formatting you want (I am not sure a built in one will do so)

For example:
double dblDeductible = double.Parse(reader["DEDUCTIBLE_SIR"].ToString());
this.txtDeductible.Text = dblDeductible.ToString("9999");

Where 9 indicates an optional number and 0 is a required number (i.e. will pad with 0 if a required digit is not present)
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Carl Tawn earned 125 total points
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Try either:

    dblDeductible.ToString("C0");

Or:

    dblDeductible.ToString("G0");

To display with no decimal places.
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