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Default <asp:boundcolumn DataFormatString=......>

{0:c} is for currency formatting. {0:d} is for a short date. When DataFormatString = "{0:C}" is used for money the display is to four decimal places instead of two. When "{0:d}" is used for a date field, the time is also displayed when it shouldn't be. Is there some setting to make the formatting function do what it is supposed to do?





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