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Formating money for display in a textbox

I have a textbox that displays money, I cannot find out how to format it so
it displayes like '$123.00' what i get now is '123.00'. Can someone point me
in the right direction?

Thanks in advance!!!
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Norm Bohana
Nov 27 '05 #1
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nbohana wrote:
I have a textbox that displays money, I cannot find out how to format
it so it displayes like '$123.00' what i get now is '123.00'. Can
someone point me in the right direction?


myvalue.ToString("C");

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en...matstrings.asp
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Chris Priede

Nov 27 '05 #2
Chris thanks for you help on this problem. I have been working on something
else and now I am back to this problem. The number add up ok but do not
format, what am I missing!! please help.

xnum = double.Parse(lcost); ***** this is passed in *******
ynum = double.Parse(txtServiceCost.Text); ***** this is in the textbox *****
znum = xnum + ynum;
znum.ToString("C");

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Norm Bohana
"Chris Priede" wrote:
nbohana wrote:
I have a textbox that displays money, I cannot find out how to format
it so it displayes like '$123.00' what i get now is '123.00'. Can
someone point me in the right direction?


myvalue.ToString("C");

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en...matstrings.asp
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Chris Priede

Dec 21 '05 #3
What are you assigning your formatted currency to?

With your code:

xnum = double.Parse(lcost); ***** this is passed in *******
ynum = double.Parse(txtServiceCost.Text); ***** this is in the textbox
*****
znum = xnum + ynum;
txtResult.Text = znum.ToString("C");
ToString() is a method and it returns a string value in the format of a
currency. You have to put that string somewhere though!

Steven Nagy

Dec 21 '05 #4
Steve, I am new to this kind of code, and stuck on stupid. Can you please
give me and example!! Thanks.
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Norm Bohana
"Steven Nagy" wrote:
What are you assigning your formatted currency to?

With your code:

xnum = double.Parse(lcost); ***** this is passed in *******
ynum = double.Parse(txtServiceCost.Text); ***** this is in the textbox
*****
znum = xnum + ynum;
txtResult.Text = znum.ToString("C");
ToString() is a method and it returns a string value in the format of a
currency. You have to put that string somewhere though!

Steven Nagy

Dec 21 '05 #5
Um, I did in my previous posting... ?

If 'znum' is a double, and 'txtResult' is the text box where you want
to put your formatted result, then you need this line:

txtResult.Text = znum.ToString("C");

Is this what you ment?

Steven Nagy

Dec 22 '05 #6
Thanks Steven!!
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Norm Bohana
"Steven Nagy" wrote:
Um, I did in my previous posting... ?

If 'znum' is a double, and 'txtResult' is the text box where you want
to put your formatted result, then you need this line:

txtResult.Text = znum.ToString("C");

Is this what you ment?

Steven Nagy

Dec 22 '05 #7
No worries. I'd always help someone with a cool name like 'Norm' !!!

Dec 22 '05 #8

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