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Hi,

Can anyone clarify this?

i have two labels called tax and delivery_charges? by using these two i have to calculate netprice.....

netprice=tax*100*delivery_charges; i have only two label values then how can i calculate netprice which is also one label.....

what is the coding for this?
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Updated 4-Dec-11 18:52pm
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Monjurul Habib 4-Dec-11 23:56pm    
clarify your question..

Try this:

C#
double netprice = 0;
double tax = double.Parse(Label1.Text);
double deliveryCharges = double.Parse(Label2.Text);

netprice = tax * 100 * delivery_charges;

Label3.Text = netprice.ToString();


Regards,
Eduard
 
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If I understand your question correctly, you can display the resultant net price in one of the two labels.
This should not be a problem.
 
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