Currency Format String Not Going To 2 Decimal Places?

Nov 11, 2010

I'm not getting a trailing zero on currency values and I have no idea why not. This is my code:


Yet this is what is showing up on the screen:


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

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