VB double to string

By using toString(formatstring) method you can convert a double value to a string to display in a specific format.
Module Module1
   Sub Main()
     Dim dValue As Double
     Dim strValue As String
     Dim strValue1 As String
     dValue = 123333.455643
     strValue = dValue.ToString("F03") 'F indicates conversion from floating-point value.
     '03 indicates three decimal places to show in result string. If you want to display five decimal places
     'write 05.
     strValue1 = dValue.ToString("N04") 'N indicates conversion from a number.
     'if you want to dispaly thousand separator, use N rather than F.
     Console.WriteLine(strValue)
     Console.WriteLine(strValue1)
     Console.Read()
  End Sub
End Module

Posted by: Ly Meng | post date: 02-06-2013 | Subject: VB.NET Programming Language




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