I have the following dummy test script:    function test() {   var x = 0.1 * 0.2;   document.write(x); } test();     This will print the result 0.020000000000000004 while it should just print 0.02 (if you use your calculator). As far as I understoo...
I am trying to truncate decimal numbers to decimal places. Something like this:  5.467   -> 5.46   985.943 -> 985.94   toFixed(2) does just  about the right thing but it rounds off the value. I don't need the value rounded off. Hope this...
In JavaScript, everyone knows the famous calculation: 0.1 + 0.2 = 0.30000000000000004. But why does JavaScript print this value instead of printing the more accurate and precise 0.300000000000000044408920985006?...
I wanted to display a number to 2 decimal places.  I thought I could use toPrecision(2) in JavaScript .  However, if the number is 0.05, I get 0.0500. I'd rather it stay the same.  See it on JSbin.  What is the best way to do this?  I can think...
While working on a project, I came across a JS-script created by a former employee that basically creates a report in the form of  Name : Value Name2 : Value2   etc.  The peoblem is that the values can sometimes be floats (with different precision)...
i need a regular expression for decimal/float numbers like 12    12.2 1236.32 123.333 and +12.00 or -12.00  or ...123.123...  for using in javascript and jQuery. Thank you....
Why does 49.90 % 0.10 in JavaScript return 0.09999999999999581? I expected it to be 0....
I have float numbers like 3.2 and 1.6.  I need to separate the number into the integer and decimal part. For example, a value of 3.2 would be split into two numbers, i.e. 3 and 0.2  Getting the integer portion is easy:  n = Math.floor(n);   But I a...

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