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How to use comma(,) as thosand seperator

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Adil
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Adil asked on 27 Sep 2018, 09:27 AM

Hi All,

I just want to use comma as thousand seperator as 

Example : 1,555,555.99 I'm using this format (#,##0.00) but it shows numbers as 1.555.555,99 

Do you have any sugession?

 

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Silviya
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answered on 28 Sep 2018, 10:32 AM
Hi Adil,

As you've posted a support ticket on the same topic, I was able to reproduce the output based on the provided culture information.

In general, Telerik Reporting offers the possibility to control the way numbers, dates and currencies are displayed and to layout text in different directions.
A report is globalized with the help of a System.Globalization.CultureInfo object. You can specify a Culture for the entire Telerik.Reporting.Report by setting its Report.Culture property. This will force all Telerik.Reporting.TextBox items to respect the assigned Culture. But you are not limited by one culture per report. You can mix an unlimited number of cultures, by setting the TextItemBase.Culture property of a specific Telerik.Reporting.TextBox. This will override the Report's Culture.

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Silviya
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