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Changing number format using custom format.

New Here ,
May 03, 2021 May 03, 2021

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Hello,

 

I have a global percentage and several rows with prices. I'd like to have a column next to them with the prices with the percentage applied to them, which is easy to do, but you end up with lots of 0.00 values if a certain row doesn't have any prices.

 

To solve it I'm using the following format script I found here:

event.value = (event.value != 0)?util.printf("€ " + "%,0.2f",event.value):"";

 

The problem is that it formats using a dot (100.00) for decimals, and I'd like a comma (100,00) but have no idea how to accomplish that.

 

If you have any tips I'd greatly appreciate it.

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Adobe Community Professional , May 03, 2021 May 03, 2021
Change 0 to 2: event.value = (event.value != 0)?util.printf("€ " + "%,2.2f",event.value):""; 0 — Comma separated, period decimal point 1 — No separator, period decimal point 2 — Period separated, comma decimal point 3 — No separator, comma decimal point

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May 03, 2021 May 03, 2021

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Change 0 to 2:

event.value = (event.value != 0)?util.printf("€ " + "%,2.2f",event.value):"";

0 — Comma separated, period decimal point
1 — No separator, period decimal point
2 — Period separated, comma decimal point
3 — No separator, comma decimal point

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Thank you Nesa, worked perfectly!

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