I would like to format a price in JavaScript. I'd like a function which takes a float as an argument and returns a string formatted like this:  "$ 2,500.00"   What's the best way to do this?...
Im new in javascript and I'm trying to make a simple currency converter, it is working fine when I select "£Pound" "£Pound" or "£Pound" "R$Real" but when I select "R$Real" "R$Real" runs the "...
Disclaimer: complete rewrite for clarity as of 10/14/2011  Given the number primitive in JavaScript is an IEEE 754 64-bit floating point (known in other languages as a double), and using floats to model currencies is a bad idea, is a Money prototype...
How can I add a condition in the following function --> When the currency is not USD don't add the $ sign in the front of the amount.  var convertToCurrency = number => {     if (!number) return '';     return new Intl.NumberFormat(...
I have some price values to display in my page.  I am writing a function that takes the float price and returns the formatted currency value with currency code too.     like fnPrice(1001.01) should print $ 1,000.01....
How to format a price according to a local code (i.e. en_GB, en_AG , de_DE). Preferably with angular.  Example :  {{4950.00|localCurrency:en_GB}} : displays : £4,950.00  {{4950.00|localCurrency:it_IT}} : displays : 4.950,00€  {{4950.00|localCurren...
I can format currencies that use a dollar sign (pesos, Canadian dollars, Australian dollars) based on locale using toLocaleString but if the locale matches the currency, no indicator is given which currency is shown.  What I'm getting:  // US Cur...
I'm trying to make a currency converter that converts between several different currencies on change. It uses some pre-determined exchange rates. Input boxes display, but none of the javascript seems to work. Any help?  Edited with updated code....
I'm having a pesky issue...  I'm using a small javascript to format currency such as  2990 to 2.990 and 129900 to 129.900 using the current line:  var wdiscount2 = wdiscount.toFixed(3);   However, when I have a number under 1000 such as 789 i...
I need to format my amounts after millions with apostrophes, after thousands with commas and decimals with periods. Using javascript. What's the best way? Thanks  Some examples:  987654321 -> 987'654,321.00  87654321 ->  87'654,321....

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