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Old 05-23-2002, 10:44 PM   #1
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is there any way I can make a field that is calculated from two other fields only have a certain amount of decimal places
it could either chop of at 2 decimal places or round it to 2 decimal places
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Old 05-23-2002, 10:55 PM   #2
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Old 05-24-2002, 01:31 AM   #3
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Here is my script.

on (release) {
_root.valp = Number(_root.init)*Number(_root.shar);
valp *= 100;
valp = Math.round(valp);
valp = valp/100;
_root.pric = Number(_root.late)*Number(_root.shar)-Number(_root.init)*Number(_root.shar);
pric *= 100;
pric = Math.round(pric);
pric = pric/100;
_root.valn = Number(_root.late)*Number(_root.shar);
valn *= 100;
valn = Math.round(valn);
valn = valn/100;
}


Here are the problems.

When the hundreths place is 0, for example if the program calculates this number 8.404 it will display 8.4 I need it to display 8.40.

Also if the number is 8.405 or anything like that it doesn't round it to 8.41 it leaves it as 8.40 or in this case 8.4.

How do I fix both of these problems. Is there anyway to streamline the script I have now or is it fine?
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Old 05-24-2002, 01:37 AM   #4
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could this script be incorporated someway so that all calculated numbers round to 2 decimal places

http://www.actionscript.org/forums/s...decimal+places
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Old 05-26-2002, 03:14 AM   #5
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Flash will not retain zeros after the last significant digit. Otherwise 1 would be 1.00000000... If you want to display the zero at the end you can use Robert's script but that returns a string so you have to remember to convert the result to a number before trying to do any more mathematical operations with it:
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var1 = 123.24; var2 = 345.56; display = Math.formatDecimals(var1+var2, 2); var3 = Number(display); trace (display); trace (var3);
Here you can use var3 for math operations (like addition, subtraction, etc) but you can't use display, as it is a string, for display purposes only.
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