Web Forms :: Automatically Add Comma To Large Numbers And Display In Currency Format

Jan 24, 2016

How can i calculate the sum of two textboxes(Textbox1 and Textbox2) and then add comma with .00 to another textbox(Textbox3). Example say Textbox1 = 2 and Textbox2 = 500

Textbox3=Textbox1 * Textbox2

Textbox3= 1,000.00

Note: Textbox3 should happen onkeyup ...

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