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Hi,

I have to display a double like this one 1.3234546 and this 2.0000.
If the double is like the first one then I only want to display 1.32.

This works with {0:F2}.

But with the second one I like to display 2. Not 2.00.

How can I do this?

Thanks!
Dec 6 '05 #1
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Well.... if you assing 2.0000000000 to a double, it will automatically
become 2, since there is no further precision required. you could solve
it with this:

Double dbl = 2.0000000000000 00000000;

if (dbl = Math.Floor(dbl) )
{
return Convert.ToStrin g(dbl) + ".00";
}

Dec 6 '05 #2

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