How to change the exponential value in the normal one: example- -2.91038304567337E-11?

hi
I am getting the resultant value in exponential form but i need the value in the normal from. How to change that to normal decimal place number.

Eg: -2.91038304567337E-11

Please help me with this. Thank You

@AryanSingh,

Try this :slight_smile: , Get the value and then use .

Integer.Parse("-2.91038304567337E-11", System.Globalization.NumberStyles.Any)

ok thanx…let me try.

@HareeshMR

Sure @AryanSingh

Let me know if it works :slight_smile:

Hey i think it will work but the value is too big for the integer type, so showing this error

@HareeshMR

Ohh,

Instead of Integer, use Double and make sure the value you are assigning after parsing is also a double @AryanSingh

@HareeshMR
still same. even after running.

@AryanSingh,

its working for me.

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Are you sure you changed the value to decimal?

i am not assigning the value to the variable after parsing.
What i am doing is assigning the value to the row like this

row.Item(1)=Double.Parse(incomeStmntAmt.ToString, System.Globalization".NumberStyles.Any)

“incomeStmntAmt” is of double type already!

@HareeshMR

Why don’t you assign it to a variable and check if the value is converting or not using a message box @AryanSingh? And then try to assign it to the row.item(1)

ok.
@HareeshMR

hey thanx i am able to change successfully!

@HareeshMR

Happy to help @AryanSingh

Glad you got the solution

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thanx

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