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data format problem from access through vb6

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hi
i am using vb6 with ms acces 2003. i have a field in database with data type "NUMBER" format "CURRENCY" and decimal places "3". in access data is shown with currency symbol and with accurate decimal places.
Problem is , when i try to show the data in a textbox, it just truncate the last zero.
suppose if amount is "23.230" , it shows "23.23".
i have set the data formate property of text box to "CURRENCY".
I CHECKED by putting beak point where recoredset is assigining value to textbox like this

textbox1.text=rs![myamount], it is showing value "23.23" over there as well.
so may be its record set problem or text box.

could please any body guide me for this.

thanks and regards.
raza
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by:Wayne Taylor (webtubbs)
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To display any number with a trailing zero, you need to convert it to a string....

    textbox1.text=Format(rs![myamount], "$#,##0.000")

Wayne
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by:helloraza
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thanks

but i was thinking to display as many zeros as the data have, only wondering why it does not show zeros if they are present in database field?

thanks for your reply anyway.
regards.
raza
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Wayne Taylor (webtubbs) earned 125 total points
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The field in the database has it's format set to *display* 3 decimals, but they are not stored that way. They are stored as numbers, without the trailing zeros.
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by:helloraza
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ok
got it.
many thanks for prompt reply.
ragards.
raza

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