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Convert money to nchar

Posted on 2016-09-08
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How to convert   3.1E+50  to  nvarchar

strInfield = 3.10000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000

 MyMoney = Convert.ToDouble(strInfield)

Now ,  mymoney = 3.1E+50
How to convert it to nvarchar


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The strinfield is a string, in other words an nvarchar.  No conversion required.
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It does need Andy in the sql stored procedure
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It should not need converting.  At the most it might need truncating to fit the nvarchar.

If you want to convert a double to a string then
str = d.ToString(supply the format you want if default format is not suficient)
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