i hav one data table in which some decimal values are up 6 decimal places.. im trying to bind that Data table to DataGridView while binding i want to round decimal values up to two decimal palces here is my code
dt.Columns.Add("Orderid", typeof(string)); dt.Columns.Add("tagnumber", typeof(string)); dt.Columns.Add("Minimum Value", typeof(string)); dt.Columns.Add("Maximum Value", typeof(string)); int count = ds.Tables.Rows.Count; for (int i = 0; i < count; i++)
I was read your post: "Export GridView to Excel in ASP.Net with Formatting using C#" and is very useful. That code works perfect. But I need create a new format for a specific column in my sheet before to export it. For example:My DataTable have a column with decimal numbers and I'm trying reduce the tenths for each number.I want this: 2,874444 ----> 2,87 for a specific range. In this case I need it for all numbers in the column 13 or well said for the Column called N in Excel. Only reduce two tenths.
I'm trying to execute this statement every minute with SQL Agent, I have it set up as a job:
It's trying to update a column which data type is set to decimal. Just so you know what I really need out of it, here is an example:
The answer of which should add on 0.5 to the original value. If I were to use the increase value of 60 which then becomes 60/60 it will work.I'm dividing by 60 because the increase value is per hour so I make it smaller to get per minute value. Why is it doing this?
If I have a string/integer that looks like 123, how can I convert that to look like 12.3?Basically what I need is something faster (if possible) than thisMath.Round(Double.Parse(input / 1000), 1).ToString
I can't seem to achieve what I want which is to set the focus just to the left of the decimal point. I try both InputDirection RightToLeft and LeftToRight. They both have problematic behavior. The example given by Microsoft on their web site, is close to want I want but I cannot achieve these results.See
Just to be forward, my .net and c# expierence is very limited, that one could say I'm a complete noob :) However I do have some grasp on OOP as I usually work in PHP (FWIW). My problem seems to be with this line:
From what I've gathered, I'm suffering from some kind of type casting problem? Hopefully I haven't missed anything, its a bit difficult to show all the code but hopefully someone can point me in the right direction? Question is; how can I get an extra decimal place to show up on my sum (or why is it dropping the last decimal place?).
I want a field to keep money value (up to 100,000,000.00). And I didn't work with money or decimal data type. Money data Type is 8 byte Decimal (9, 2) is 5 byte. (Exactly msdn only say Decimal (9, 0) is 5 byte and I don't really know how byte is Decimal (9, 2)) which one is better to work with in sql and VS.net (handling sql in VS)