Number format


I am using following code

decimal i = 191419

  string j = string.Format("{0:N}", i);

then the out put is  1,91,419.00 (which is correct) in en-In culture...

But When i am using the same code in client machine which is under en-GB

I am getting following output


but i want the out put on client machine like this  1,91,419.00

please suggest
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Mike TomlinsonMiddle School Assistant TeacherCommented:
en-GB will not display as "1,91,419.00" because that is incorrect for GB.  Commas are placed in groups of three because that is how the number is said in GB.  If the clients machine is set to en-GB, then they will expect commas in groups of three!

If you want to force the output to use en-IN regardless of the local culture setting, you'll have to explicitly create that CultureInfo in code and use that.

I've used C# as that is what your example was in despite being tagged as VB.Net:
            decimal i = 191419;
            System.Globalization.CultureInfo India = new System.Globalization.CultureInfo("en-IN");
            string j = string.Format(India, "{0:N}", i);
            label1.Text = j;

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