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.ToString.Format(?????) ASP.net 2.0

Posted on 2007-12-05
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Here's an easy question. I need to format a string from MyString.ToString.Format(FORMATTYPEHERE)
I would like to take a number such as
123123123123
to:
123,123,123,123
Anybody know what to put into "FORMATTYPEHERE" ???
Only whole number Integers will be used.
Thanks, Chris :)
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MyString.ToString.Format("{0:###,###,###} , YourNO here in the form of String"
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Sorry syntex error

MyString.ToString.Format("{0:###,###,###}" ,Number in the form of string)
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Thx :)
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