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Sep 6, 2007

Hello, is there a way to convert the value to just 2 decimal places, I created the report in Reporting Services and it has quite a few digits to each value. I looked at the table and found that the data type is {Float}. Is there a way to convert the values to just 2 decimal places?..Thank You.

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Dim tot As Double
subtot = "0.00"
Dim sql As String
sql = "SELECT items.qty, products.descrip, products.price FROM items INNER JOIN products ON items.productid = WHERE (items.orderid = " & Request.QueryString("oid") & ")"Dim objConn As New SqlConnection("Data Source=.SQLEXPRESS;AttachDbFilename=|DataDirectory|AllStar.mdf;Integrated Security=True;User Instance=True")
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I tried label2.text = CType(tax, Double)
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