i have to change value 514,314,982 to 514.31
Does this mean you want to truncate last 4 numbers always?
Store that value in a variable
then just assign this value to new variable/existing variable
Let’s say inputString = “514,314,982”
outputString = inputString.SubString(0,inputString.Length-5).Replace(",",".")
Dear @lakshman, seems it is the same approach that I mentioned above. Anything new you wanted to propose?
Also the length should be - 4 as last 4 digit needs to be truncated
Let me know if I misunderstood anything…
Your expression will give output as 514.314 but his expected output is 514.31.
And also we should subtract 5 from the length of the string as index starting from 0. Hope you understood.
oh got you, Saver! Thank you!
Yes it should be 5 as there’s zero-based index
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