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Hi Im looking to declare a decimal integer with only 2 digits after the .
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by:mmarinov
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Hello mairtinobrian,

What do you mean by declare? declare a variable or just use the 2 digit rule when visualize it?

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mmarinov
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Hi Im converting  a bunch of currencies so for example converting $1 to some currency with an exchange rate of .0000234  $1 / .000234 = 4273.504274  I want to display this value to 2 places of decimal  4273.50
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Éric Moreau earned 500 total points
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you can use the ToString method: (1 / .000234).Tostring("#,##0.00")
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Excellent thanks emoreau:
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