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Format string with zero's?

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116922 Jul 1,2014 03:45 AM Jul 2,2014 06:58 AM Windows Forms 1
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Asked On July 1, 2014 03:45 AM

Hi, im trying to format a string like 000055555 in a excel sheet. But its is imposible, the excel generated show the string as number like this.

555555

My code is this, 

        sheet.Columns[10].CellStyle.NumberFormat = "@";

thankss

Carlos
                


Prakash Kumar D [Syncfusion]
Replied On July 2, 2014 06:58 AM

Hi Carlos,

 

We suspect this as a usage issue. You might have used Value or Value2 property instead of Text property. Value or Value2 property converts the data type as per value in the cell. In your scenario, number “00005555” is trying to store as text initially and the number format is applied. So, the value is already converted to number while assigning, and the cell type is changes to Text later. We recommend to use the Text property in order to get the issue resolved. We have attached the code snippet for your reference.

 

Code Snippet:

 


sheet["A1"].Text = "000055555";

sheet.Columns[0].CellStyle.NumberFormat = "@";

              

 

Regards,

Prakash


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