Last post Jun 09, 2011 11:02 AM by Zheeph
Jun 09, 2011 10:47 AM|Zheeph|LINK
So, yes, I've tried with these three formats, and the problem remains the same:
I have a string, "s"
For Each s As String In stringarray
and this array is recieving data from a streamreader that is reading a csv file.
The data I'm having dificulty reading are these very specific numbers(yes, only these numbers, because phone numbers get home safe and sound).
The numbers I'm talking about are usually decimal.
Now, when I convert them like that, they always bring a "D" alongside with them. I've personally checked the string multiple times, and it just has a "1", and somehow, my list recieves "1D" as a number, same thing happens with decimal numbers(0.29D for example).
I've tried with Doubles and Integers, the result is the same.
Why is this happening? Can anybody tell me?
Jun 09, 2011 11:02 AM|Zheeph|LINK
Silly me. I was reading the wrong column. A time column. That's why the whole thing is failing.