On Wed, 11 Jan 2006 13:58:05 0000, py <(EMail Removed)> wrote:
> Say I have...
> x = "132.00"
>
> but I'd like to display it to be "132" ...dropping the trailing
> zeros...
How about
:
if "." in x:
x, frac = x.split(".")
frac = frac.rstrip("0")
if frac:
x = x + "." + frac
Copes if x = "132" too. If there'll always be a decimal point, then you
can leave off the initial "if".
Matt

 Matt Hammond
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