decimal format in datalist c#

string.Format()
formatting numbers
Number formatting is culture dependant. For example, formatting a currency string on my laptop will return a result like £9.99, formatting a currency on a machine set for the US region would return $9.99.
specifier type format output
(double 1.2345)
output
(int -12345)
c currency {0:c} £1.23 -£12,345.00
d decimal
(whole number)
{0:d} System.FormatException -12345
e exponent / scientific {0:e} 1.234500e+000 -1.234500e+004
f fixed point {0:f} 1.23 -12345.00
g general {0:g} 1.2345 -12345
n number {0:n} 1.23 -12,345.00
r round trippable {0:r} 1.23 System.FormatException
x hexadecimal {0:x4} System.FormatException ffffcfc7
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<%# Eval("Price", "{0:C}") %>
String in double format
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