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i am trying to add these two values using my code

Me.txtPaymentMethodSubTotal.Text = ((FormatNumber(l_SubTotalWithPMFee, 2)) + (FormatNumber((txtHandlingFee.Text), 2)))

here is 0.0 IN l_SubTotalWithPMFee
and
0.00 in txtHandlingFee.Text

i want to see result 0.00 in txtPaymentMethodSubTotal.Text

but it is displaying "0.000.00"

plz help out me how can i get my desired result?
Posted 1-Oct-12 0:37am
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prince_rumeel 1-Oct-12 6:38am
   
One exception is also with it

Conversion from string "0.000.00" to type 'Double' is not valid.
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Solution 1

you are doing concatenation between strings, because
FormatNumber function will return string value

for proper output it should be like below,
Me.txtPaymentMethodSubTotal.Text = FormatNumber(Convert.ToDouble(l_SubTotalWithPMFee) + Convert.ToDouble(txtHandlingFee.Text), 2)
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Solution 2

There is no need for you to format the operands. Format only the result
Dim PaymentSubTotal As Double = Val (l_SubTotalWithPMFee) + (txtHandlingFee.Text)
Me.txtPaymentMethodSubTotal.Text = FormatNumber(PaymentSubTotal)

Should work just fine.
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