Web Forms :: Format Label.Text As Currency?

Mar 18, 2011

I was just wondering how to format my label.text result as currency.

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Unable To Format Label.Text To Currency

Dec 30, 2010

I am having trouble formating label.text to currency in below statement:

Label5.Text = Convert.ToString(tsum * (3) * (.9m));
Label5.Text = Convert.ToString.Format("{0:c}", (tsum * (3) * (.9m)) );

error says ToString is a method not valid in given context.

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[Code]...

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May 8, 2010

I can displays the number value as currency format but I wanna show it as Euro, English sterling and USd !

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I used the above code ! What can I do ?

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Dec 11, 2009

I am having trouble formating label.text to currency in below statement:

Label5.Text = Convert.ToString(tsum * (3) * (.9m));

Label5.Text = Convert.ToString.Format("{0:c}", (tsum * (3) * (.9m)) );

error says ToString is a method not valid in given context.

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However, when I do the same bind for the edit view, the Textbox1 loses the format. I am confused on why this happens.

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Jan 26, 2010

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Feb 2, 2010

I have the following get and sets

I am trying to do it so that my number is displayed in a currency format and British .

However, I get an error in my GET when trying to run my website and it says ... 'Input string was not in a correct format'.

Can anyone see where I might be going wrong?

[Code]....

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Aug 16, 2010

I am trying to take user supplied raw numeric values (these numbers dont have decimal point) and correctly format the values to their correct currency display.


eg: user enters 2341 the routine would use regex to format it to 23.41

I cant find a way to do this. What I have tried is this:

[Code]....

It doesnt work.... sNjunk always comes out 299 instead of 2.99.Anyone out there that can help me with this? or point me in the right direction?

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May 31, 2010

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Feb 25, 2008

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in my below post there is a solution of currency format of a textbox and it is working fine.http://forums.asp.net/p/1544844/3779841.aspx#3779841but when i try it textbox within Gridview then it is working only "Empty Temlate" textbox.but not working within "Footer Template ".my code is like below

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<EditItemTemplate>
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ive tried using

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I'm not sure why my label text is not formatting to currency.

Here is my code:

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it should be:
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Mar 18, 2011

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e.g.:

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Very aggrevating...It should not be doing this as I understand it.

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I am using a compare validator with its type set to currency. I am having my currency formatted with $ comma and decimal points. But this is giving me validation error. I was just wondering which is the proper currency format recognized by the validator and is there a correspondin JavaScript function which does that currency formatting for me.

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Oct 22, 2010

We have a large ASP.NET MVC project where all numbers output to the screen are formatted as currency (i.e. ToString("c"). However, negative numbers are showing up with ()'s. For example:

decimal d = -8.88m;
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This is a bit annoying to our users, particularly since there are in textboxes. We have a few thousand places where we send currency fields to the screen like this, so we'd love a way to change the formatting globally. Is there one? All the methods I've seen indicate that you have to create a new formatter, similar to this:

string curCulture = System.Threading.Thread.CurrentThread.CurrentCulture.ToString();
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We'd prefer not to change all of our ToString("c") methods ... is there a better way? My first thought was to just change our locale to Australia, but realized the date formatting would be screwed up.

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