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Is it possible to convert decimal value from 0.2625502370637121681198235265D to 26.25 this decimal format?
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One possible solution:
decimalVar = 0.2625502370637121681198235265 * 100;
decimal newValue= Convert.ToDecimal(decimalVar.ToString ("#.##"));

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Another option is to use the Decimal.Round Method after you multiplied by 100.
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