I'd like to round at most 2 decimal places, but only if necessary. Input: 10 1.7777777 9.1 Output: 10 1.78 9.1 How can I do this in JavaScript?...

I have this line of code which rounds my numbers to two decimal places. But I get numbers like this: 10.8, 2.4, etc. These are not my idea of two decimal places so how I can improve the following? Math.round(price*Math.pow(10,2))/Math.pow(10,2);...

Can you round a number in javascript to 1 character after the decimal point (properly rounded)? I tried the *10, round, /10 but it leaves two decimals at the end of the int....

I want to use Javascript to round up a number. Since the number is currency, I want it to round up like in these examples (2 decimal points): 192.168 => 192.20 192.11 => 192.20 192.21 => 192.30 192.26 => 192.30 192.20 => 192.20...

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 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...

Much like the Stackoverlow reputation rounding, I'm hoping to do the same thing with currency $1,000 => 1k $1,000,000 => 1m How can I achieve this in JavaScript (preferably in jQuery)?...

Question Does anyone know of a way to round a float to the nearest 0.05 in JavaScript? Example BEFORE | AFTER 2.51 | 2.55 2.50 | 2.50 2.56 | 2.60 Current Code var _ceil = Math.ceil; Math.ceil = function(number, decimals){ if (argumen...

iam looking for a way to Round up AND down to the nearerst 5 and then find a great common denominator of the two numbers. I need it for the caption of a y-skale on a chart. This is my code so far: function toN5( x ) { var i = 1; while( x &...

I need to round to two decimal places for currency. Both Math.round(num*Math.pow(10,2))/Math.pow(10,2) and Math.round(num*Math.pow(10,2))/Math.pow(10,2) work except it cuts any trailing zero's off so I get 29.9 instead of 29.90. What is t...

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