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Hello everyone,

I need to display a decimal number in two different label

example

45.36

label 1 45
label 2 36

Can anyone help me please

thanks you all in advance
Posted 27-Feb-13 0:57am
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Solution 1

Well there are numerous ways:
Here is one
Sub SplitDecimal(ByVal number As Decimal, ByRef wholePart As Decimal, _
                 ByRef fractionalPart As Decimal)
    wholePart = Math.Truncate(number)
    fractionalPart = number - wholePart
End Sub

=OR=
string sample = "235.14587";
string[] output = sample.Split(".".ToCharArray());
int before = output[0].Length;
int after = output[1].Length;

Good luck,
OI
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Solution 2

To get first part, you can do the following:
Decimal.floor(45.36) 
Math.Truncate(45.36)
 
to get second part, 
 
Dim fracPart As Decimal
wholePart = Math.Truncate(number1)
fractPart = number1 - wholePart 
'where number1 will store 45.31

you can also split:
 
Dim num1 As String = 532.016 'if this is integer, convert to string
Dim res() As String 
res = Split(num1, ".") 
'res(0), res(1) will give you separate values
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Comments
Orcun Iyigun at 27-Feb-13 6:22am
   
Well how is your solution different than mine?

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