# double number format: 0:C, 0:D9, 0:E, 0:F3, 0:N, 0:X, 0:x : double « Data Types « C# / C Sharp

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double number format: 0:C, 0:D9, 0:E, 0:F3, 0:N, 0:X, 0:x
 ```     using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Text; class Program {     static void Main(string[] args) {         Console.WriteLine("C format: {0:C}", 99989.987);         Console.WriteLine("D9 format: {0:D9}", 99999);         Console.WriteLine("E format: {0:E}", 99999.76543);         Console.WriteLine("F3 format: {0:F3}", 99999.9999);         Console.WriteLine("N format: {0:N}", 99999);         Console.WriteLine("X format: {0:X}", 99999);         Console.WriteLine("x format: {0:x}", 99999);     } }                 ```
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