There is a way to validate a double number in the current culture? I have tried this:

```
var number ="10,10";
double value = double.Parse(number,
NumberStyles.Float,
CultureInfo.CurrentCulture);
```

If I try this with "es-ES" (where decimal separator is ",") then the parsing works perfect, I got an double `10.10`

, but if I try with "en-US" (where decimal separator is ".") the parsing can't understand the decimal point, so just omit it, so I get a `1010`

incorrect number.

There is a way for me to get an exception when I tried to convert a wrong number for the specified culture?

Edit: by "," I don't mean thousand separator, I mean the decimal separator for some cultures like es-ES