I have one one web page which one one textbox for receiving the dollar value. My requirement is the user should insert the digit following by a $ sysmbol. And the second requirement is the user has the permission to insert only like this $123.45. Before the decimal point it should not exceed three digits and after the decimal point it should not exceed two digits.
I have a gridview that I am populating with data for the folks in accounting and they want me to format currency values so that they display without $'s, with commas separating digits and with negative numbers surrounded by ( )
12345.67 = 12,345.67 -12345.67 = (12,345.67)
I have found lots of examples around the interwebs that get me close but there is either no ( ) around negatives or there is a $ included.
I have a label in a gridview which does a calc and works great however it does not format currency as expected. The label takes the bound value of QTY and multiples with the bound value of PRICE that is wrapped in a function to get a gross price.
I have searched and found various methods for formatting as a string decimal values but cant fine one which covers all my needs. I have to display a decimal value (a financial money figure) i.e. 2500.75
However I do not require any leading currency symbol such as $ or Â£ and the main point I am struggling with is that when the value has no value after the decimal do not display zeros. I thought
was meeting my requirements initiall but then realized if someone put the value 7.4 in it was displayed as 7.4 when it should be displayed as 7.40.
I am using ASP.NET3.5. I have used MaskedEditExtender for currency purpose. when iam insering data into table it is accepting correct figures. while reading the same figures from database,I am displaying the figured in another textbox. (for second textbox i have used MaskedEditExtender) but it is displaying in that text box wrongly. suppose x=100 am reading this value from database and displaying x value in edit mode.but it is displaying 1.00. means it is taking last 2 digits as decimal points. how can I show in correct format?
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; Console.WriteLine(d.ToString("c")); //outputs $(8.88)
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:
We are developing an application in asp.net 2.0 where we have a functionality to export data to Excel file. We used Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel to export data to Excel. Everything is working fine. But, we are facing a problem in formating numbers which need to be shown in German format(example: 345.789,78). For this, we added German culture info("de-DE")in code as well as web.config file. But, still it showing in US format( only. find below the code to add and format the data in excel cells.
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
With reference to the following thread: URL....I have problem applying the same concept to gridview EditItemTemplate. Is there a way i can add comma to large numbers and display it in currency format like exemple below:
Textbox3=Textbox1 * Textbox2
Textbox3 should happen OnTextChanged and the above controls are in Gridview edit mode.
im trying to dcreate a requiredfieldvalidator that only accept amount of money.Â
first i used this expresvalidator as it cant receive any letter.
<asp:RegularExpressionValidator ID="rvcheckno" runat="server" ErrorMessage="Amount receive numbers only!" ControlToValidate="tbamount" InitialValue="0" ValidationGroup="number"> </asp:RegularExpressionValidator> but then it also cant receive cent.
i was trying to do something that can accept 130.00