**RHemery**Hi - I've created a calculation form in JotForm:

http://www.bedford.ac.uk/newfees/part-time-level2.html?courseFee=1000

However I can't figure out how to get the calculation to not have a decimal place, i.e. be £1000 not £1000.00

Could anyone help?

Thanks

Rich

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**EltonCris**You can remove it by unchecking the following option in the calculation wizard.

In the calculation wizard, click the 3 dots to open the calculation options

Then uncheck "Show empty decimal places".

Hope this helps!

**RHemery**Hi - sorry I should have said, the form isn't using the inbuilt JotForm calculation function, it's other code.

**Charlie**I'm not really sure why you are using a script to do calculations here and why the form is embedded on your website using the full source code. However, I presume this is the script that responsible for the calculation:

Your script uses toFixed() function which declares a decimal point to the said value. Here it is set to 2 which is why you are getting 2 decimal places. If you want to remove the decimal places, then you can try using the following functions:

Math.trunc() (truncate fractional part, also see below)

Math.floor() (round down)

Math.ceil() (round up)

Math.round() (round to nearest integer)

You can also contact the developer who created the script to have a more better approach.

If in case you will using JotForm's own features for calculations, you can check the following guides:

https://www.jotform.com/help/259-How-to-Perform-Form-Calculation-Using-a-Widget

https://www.jotform.com/help/268-Conditional-Logic-Inserts-Text-Calculation-Into-A-Field

I hope that helps.

**RHemery**Thanks I just need to amended the toFixed to 0, rather than 2.

I built the form ages ago using JotForm because it was simple for the conditional logic, and it's the source code version because I pass the course fee through the URL (it's a College website) that has fees for diff courses.

**Sven**As my colleague mentioned, you can contact the developer to amend the code. And if you want you can use JotForm functionalities, you can also set the payment integration to accept a user defined amount rather then a fixed amount, and you can redirect results to external pages.

Let us know if you need any further help.