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Hi,

I am trying to save and load some values from xml file using c#.

I have the xml file data like this.
XML
<TEMPERATURE>
  <MIN>10,5</MIN>
  <MAX>150,0</MAX>
</TEMPERATURE>

I have some node like this
XML
<LIMITS>
    <TEMPMAX>150.0</TEMPMAX>
    <TEMPMAXPEAK>0.0</TEMPMAXPEAK>
    <TEMPMIN>0.0</TEMPMIN>
    <TEMPMINPEAK>10.0</TEMPMINPEAK>  
</LIMITS>


It is saving like that when i save to xml file. when i load from xml file i am able to get numeric format separated with cama (",") and assigning to double variable in my calculation using "double.parse" method and i am not getting any error. its working perfectly.

When i use same method (double.parse)for numeric format separated with (".") point then i am getting error like "input string format was incorrect".

Can anyone help me.
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[no name] 23-Jul-13 9:17am
   
Try using http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.globalization.cultureinfo.invariantculture.aspx

1 solution

Have you tried replacing all the '.' inside with a ','. You can use a simple replace command.

C#
string str = "0.52";
str = str.ToString().Replace(".", ",");
   
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PIEBALDconsult 23-Jul-13 9:44am
   
Please don't use Replace for that.
vebi1000 23-Jul-13 10:27am
   
Its working but is it the standard way! so that i can use like this whenever i need.
[no name] 23-Jul-13 14:10pm
   
yes, and also why the down vote?

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