How to Keep Decimal (in Cents) Precision without Truncating Zeros e.g. 0.04 as to 0.4

Question: How do you keep trailing zeros in a decimal number. I want to respect precision in a decimal number of 0.04, but Convert.Decemal("0.04") produces 0.4 in C# Asp.Net 6.

Answer: You can try formatting the using.    YourValue.ToString("N2") this respects the value of the Decimal Number and will not remove or roundup the zeros (0) after the decimal place. This is important when you are dealing with Cash in Cents.

I hope this helps you.

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