rcozens at pon.net
Thu Sep 26 13:33:01 CDT 2002
>Now : 2 problems :
>1) I'd like the separator of decimal is a comma and not a point.
>is it possible ?
>2) I' d like a separator for the thousands (a space for example)
>so : 123456789 -> 1 234 567,89
>can you insert that in your script ?
Hi again Yves,
If you do choose to use Serendipity Library, the last example I
posted is only partially correct: The formatNumber function is used
to format user input (which uses the decimal separator speficifed in
the stack's numberEditMask); A different function, convertNumber, is
used to format numbers in generic format (ie: no thousands separator
& "." as decimal separator.).
Also, the functions only work with explicit decimals, so (assuming
comma & space as above) formatNumber("123456789",2) returns "123 456
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