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C# / CSharp Tutorial » Data Type » double Format 
2.28.2.Display with 2 decimal places
using System;  

class MainClass {  
  public static void Main() {  
    double num = 64354.2345

    Console.WriteLine("Default format: " + num)


    Console.WriteLine("Value with two decimal places: " 
                      "{0:#.##}", num)

  
}
Default format: 64354.2345
Value with two decimal places: 64354.23
2.28.double Format
2.28.1.Format double value
2.28.2.Display with 2 decimal places
2.28.3.Display with commas and 2 decimal places
2.28.4.Display using scientific notation
2.28.5.Scale the value by 1000
2.28.6.Display positive, negative, and zero values differently
2.28.7.Display a percentage
2.28.8.Double format specifiers:{0:F2}, {0:N5}, {0:e}, {0:r}, {0:p}, {0:X}, {0:D12}, {0:C}
2.28.9.Use ToString() to format doubles
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