Formatting positive and negative numbers with C# .NET

Exercises in .NET with Andras Nemes

Let’s say you have the following three numbers:

  • 13.45
  • -32.56

…and you’d like to format them as follows:

  • +13.45
  • -32.56
  • (0)

There’s a special format string that can be used for this purpose. It consists of 3 parts separated by a semi-colon. The first part applies to positive numbers, the second to negative numbers and the third to zeroes:

…and here’s the output:

Three part number format tip

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