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03-11-2017

How can a numeric field's numeric pattern (or javscript) be set up or coded to return a whole number or 1 decimal when the number has an exponential. For example, I'd like the same field to return a whole number when 120/12 = 10 and when the calculation returns a decimal (i.e. 131/12 = 10.916666) the number would return as 10.9.

I am ok with using a numeric pattern or javascript code.

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Use the symbol 8 right from the decimal point in you numeric pattern.

num{zzz,zzz,zz9.8}

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You can use the JavaScript Round function. Math.round()