Rounding up to two decimals

Hi
i am using the following to round up to two decimals ,

Math.Round(row.ItemArray[intRowColumn], 2);  // but here if i have the values like 23.405 , it is displaying 23.4 and it is ignoring the  0  but i compulsory required the two decimal values, can you please suggest how to achieve this.

and i have also tried with the following , but which is not working

string.Format("{0:0.00}", row.ItemArray[intRowColumn]),

String.Format("{0:F2}", row.ItemArray[intRowColumn]));

praveen1981Asked:
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RicardosoCommented:
Greetings!

Can you try multiplying by 1.00?

Best regards,
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Cenjoy100Commented:
decimalVar.ToString ("#.##");

this should work.

Thanks
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praveen1981Author Commented:
Hi

it worked me as follows

decAmount.ToString("F2");

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Cenjoy100Commented:
Yes,
decAmount.ToString("F2");
and
decimalVar.ToString ("#.##");

both are string formats.
FYI :
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2249279/why-does-net-decimal-tostringstring-round-away-from-zero-apparently-inconsis
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bsekerciCommented:
You can try;

 
double n = 23.405;
            double r = Math.Round(n, 2, MidpointRounding.AwayFromZero); 
            Console.WriteLine("r:" + r);

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praveen1981Author Commented:
It solved
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