Floating point and Culture issues

Recently I was working on a ASP.NET MVC application where users could add budgets. The budgets were saved as floats. The problem was that some users used a (.) as decimal and others a (,). It depends on which culture setting your application is running if ModelState.isValid is true or false in such case. The culture setting in which your application runs depends on the system on which it is running. This is not a desired behaviour. Its better to specify the culture in the application itself and force users to use a (.) or (,). To run an ASP.NET MVC application in a specific culture setting you can add the following code to your Global.asax file:

More information:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19905694/c-sharp-mvc-4-model-changing-floating-point