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I am using a label that displays dollar(currency) value on a form (Not part of a FormView). Please assist to display the currency value to two decimal places.

lblSumInsured.Text = dsApplication.ApplicationRegister[0].SumInsured.ToString();

for the date ....

lblEndDate.Text = dsApplication.ApplicationRegister[0].EndPeriod.ToString("MMMM d, yyyy");
Posted 29-Jan-13 18:39pm
Updated 29-Jan-13 18:40pm
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Solution 1

You just need to use format string - see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0c899ak8.aspx[^] for examples.
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Solution 2

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lblSumInsured.Text = string.Format("{0:C}", dsApplication.ApplicationRegister[0].SumInsured);
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Solution 3

For Currency

lblSumInsured.Text = decimal.Parse(dsApplication.ApplicationRegister[0].SumInsured.ToString()).ToString("c");
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