## Convert number to feet & inches

Jul 23, 2020

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Good morning,

I need a hand please with code that takes height and converts it to a more detaliked version.

Height would be entered like this for feet & inches: 600 (which means 6 feet & 0 inces). I would like it to to display as multi line like this please:

Ft 6

In, 00

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## Convert number to feet & inches

Jul 23, 2020

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Good morning,

I need a hand please with code that takes height and converts it to a more detaliked version.

Height would be entered like this for feet & inches: 600 (which means 6 feet & 0 inces). I would like it to to display as multi line like this please:

Ft 6

In, 00

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Is this even doable? lol

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How would you know if 111 means 11 feet and 1 inch or 1 foot and 11 inches?
You can only do it if the value has to be 4 numbers, for example, or if you artificially cap the maximum (and minimum) values, by assuming the value can't be lower than X or higher than Y. Either way, it's tricky.

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So would it be best to use: Ft: 06 | In. 06 = 0606? Could it be done then? Chances of a 10 foot person or 1 foot person completing this are very slim, but I am okay with it being a four number format.

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It is possible to do it so that if there are 3 digits it assumes the first one is feet and the last two are inches, and if there are are two it's one for each, I guess.

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Either way will work for me 🙂

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But do you want it converted in the same field, or to show the multi-line value in a different field?

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Happy Friday,

I would like it to convert into the multi line value format in the same field, if possible.

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This is the last thing I need to figure out. lol

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You can use this code as the field's custom Format script:

if (event.value) event.value = "Ft " + event.value.charAt(0) + "\nIn, " + event.value.substring(1);

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