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 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 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)
I'm trying to get my decimals to display with four decimal places. The DB rounds my number to 4 decimal places, but it returns the number with trailing 0s (due to the decimal precision of the field), so something like 9.45670000. Then, when I do this:
The output I get on the page is 9.4567, which is what I want.
However, if the number returned from DB is 9.45600000, the output after doing the format is 9.456
But what I need to display is 9.4560
How do I format my decimal, so that the number of decimal places is always four?
UPDATE: Also, is it possible to use a variable (instead of .0000) if I wanted the number of decimal places to be determined dynamically?
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