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i have a field in my table that it's data type is"real" .
when i insert large number into my table ,it save like this"1.6238E+07"
.how can i show my numbet in true way that i insert?
if there is a code ,plz help me.

As far as I know, there is no real data type in .Net.

You need to use double or decimal if you don't want your floating point values to overflow.
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The number you show is formatted as scientific notation or "E" format.
To display it differently you need to explicitly do it yourself.
A few examples :
- number.ToString("<yourFormat>")[^]
- FormatNumber ([^])

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