dollar() Function

Converts a decimal number into a dollar value by effectively adding a dollar sign ($), a decimal point, and optional comma for every three digits preceding the decimal.) and one comma (,) for every three digits preceding the decimal.

Syntax

dollar( number, [decimals], [no_commas] )

number: (Decimal) The number of dollars to be returned as text decimals.

decimals (Optional): (Decimal) The number of digits after the decimal to display, 2 by default.

no_commas (Optional): (Integer) A flag value indicating whether commas are used as number separators. It accepts 0 or 1. The default value is 0.

Returns

Text number

Notes

When the value for no_commas is 0, the dollar value displays a comma separator between every three and four digits that precede the decimal, when the number contains four or more digits before the decimal.

When the value for no_commas is 1, the dollar value is not separated by commas.

When displaying this value, you must use text formatting.

Examples

dollar(3213.43) returns $3,213.43

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