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How can I display 2 digits after floating point in a calculation field?Asked by SERCHighland on November 14, 2016 at 07:03 AM
How can I display 2 digits beyond the floating point in a calculation field?
When I use the calculation widget to add up a number of fields to show a total price (2.31 +2.39=4.7) ... when I want it to dispay 4.70
I can show £ 4.7 no problem.
Please go to "My Forms" section and select your form to edit and then please follow these steps.
1- Edit your form and add &old variable at the end of the URL.
2- Then click the wizard of the calculation widget.
3- With "Show Advanced Options" section, you can edit your calculation settings as you wish.
Please could you view the gif which I shared with you to understand it clearly?
As you can see from the last panel, you can edit your calculation settings. Please dont't forget to turn back to newer version. You can turn it with the same way, but at this time please add &test variable at the end of the URL.
If you need further assistance, please don't hesitate to ask.
Brilliant! Thanks. Works.