convert percentage to decimals

Hello,
I would like to change percentage to decimal in C#. The number of decimals may vary.  For example here are 3 numbers.
91.5
84
90.48
I would like to show them as
9,15
8,4
9,048
How is best to do that?
johnson1Asked:
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Kyle AbrahamsSenior .Net DeveloperCommented:
Can you clarify?

the commas look off.  Why would 84 = 8,4?  How would you change it back?

What about  larger numbers?

2.29304880?
20394.203940283?
34.2309482034092?
0.230402934?
10000?
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johnson1Author Commented:
If there is a zero at the end it will not show.
So 100.00 will be shown 100
In percentage max number of decimals are 2, i.e. 90.48.   90.481 is not possible.
The percentage will be from 0 to 100. I want to change it to the scale 0-10.
Greetings
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Kyle AbrahamsSenior .Net DeveloperCommented:
What about rounding?

what does 5 %  mean on a scale of 0 - 10?  (0 or 1)?

As a starter:
Decimal d = 98.923;
Int Scaler = Math.Round(d/10, 0);

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anarki_jimbelSenior DeveloperCommented:
Personally, I'm a bit surprised with the choice to express percentage in the scale from 0 to 10. Usually it's 0-1 or 0 - 100.

Anyway, try the following code:

        private void button7_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
        {
            decimal[] nums ={91.5m,84m,90.48m};

            // convert to range 0 - 10 and remove trailing 0s allowing 3 digits after decimal point
            foreach (decimal n in nums)
            {
                decimal x = n / 10;
                string numberToPrint = x.ToString("G4");
                System.Diagnostics.Debug.WriteLine(numberToPrint);
            }
        }

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Output will be:

9.15
8.4
9.048

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johnson1Author Commented:
Thank you. Sorry for late reply.
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