I have a table field hour format money and it has a value 5.4800 stored to it,
I would like convert that to a string but only 2 decimals i,e 5.48
I am using the following code to get this value. I was wondering if their is an easy and shorter way to doing it,
Dim hoursxx = row("Hours").ToString
Dim lhx = Len(hoursxx)
Dim lhxx = Microsoft.VisualBasic.Left(hoursxx, lhx - 2)
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