C# How to convert double to string with present all digitals numbers ?

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  Im using C# 2008. I have a double variable which I need to convert to string. With this code it work, but last 2 digitals are truncate. I need all digital, no matter they are 2,6, 10 or more !

 Here you code
 dtDOuble = 40110.440049189812;
 dtDOuble.ToString() is  "40110.4400491898"
Look  last 2 digital are lost.

What code I need to make sure that in string I have all digitals ?
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try this dtDOuble.ToString("R")


   dtDOuble = 40110.440049189812;
   Response.Write(dtDOuble.ToString("R"));

Commented:
The default 'ToString()' truncates on 10 digits (standard for most cultures).
Since you are working with doubles, the accurate precision is somewhat limited, but you can get a better presentation by specifying the notation you would like to use.
See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dwhawy9k.aspx and http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/kfsatb94.aspx for more information.

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