C# - Doing A Math.Round(x,2) On A Decimal Value, But Need To Ensure 2 Numbers After Decimal As Its Money

Mar 3, 2010

Some values are returning 2.0 but I need it to be 2.00 as this is a money value that is displayed to the web page.

I am doing:

Math.Round(value, 2);

Is there a way to force it to 2 numbers after the decimal?

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