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Re: Need to use num.currency display pattern and still have decimals show.
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num{($zzzz9.99)} will always show the decimals but it will always keep the $ in the front even if the language is set to french. That is why I want to use num.currency instead. I need the $ to show at after the number if the language is set to french. num.currency will do this but it does not show the 200 as $200.00 but instead shows it as $200. It will show 200.21 as $200.21 though.

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Need to use num.currency display pattern and still have decimals show.
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I have a decimal field in a form that I need to format as a currency field. I am using the num.currency display pattern and this works great since it will format the $ sign to the front or back depending on the language being English or french. The only problem is that I have a requirement to always display the decimal places even if they are 0. So for instance I need to show 200.00 as $200.00 if the language is English and 200,00$ if the language is French. I have tried a display pattern of num...

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