#### how to format number to 4 decimal places

```I have a decimal type number in my datagrid that I want to format to 4 decimal places.

I tried

<asp:BoundColumn ... FormatString="{0:n}" ..../>

It give me only two decimal places: 0.28

How can I format my number to display as: 0.2833 (4 decimal places)?
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Met bet is:

Console.WriteLine("Number formatting to 4 decimal places: " + theDecNumber.ToString("N4"));

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8/12/2004 9:20:45 PM
` Try theDecNumber.ToString("###0.0000");` 0  mraath
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