Dobie wrote:

> I need to know if there's a Math.object that will

> make a # such as 123.4567 and round it to the

> nearest 1/100. To make the # be 123.46. I have

> seen Math.floor, Math.round, Math.random and

> other objects. But none will do what I need.

> Help ???

> The only reason I need to do this is because I have

> a list of products with their prices. And when you

> enter the quantity amount, that # gets multiplied

> by the price. And on some of the prices, a long

> integer gets returned. And it would be nice to have

> a price of $123.46 instead of $123.4567.

>

> TIA,

> Dobie
Best is to always try to find answers by yourself in documentation and

references or in archives posts and threads of this newsgroup. Your

question was answered before. There is a FAQENTRY on this

http://jibbering.com/faq/#FAQ4_6
Also:

toPrecision([precision])

Parameters: precision

An integer specifying the number of digits after the decimal point.

http://devedge.netscape.com/library/...r.html#1201389
toFixed

Returns a string representing the Number object in fixed-point notation.

Syntax

toFixed([fractionDigits])

Parameters

fractionDigits

An integer specifying the number of digits after the decimal point.

Defaults to zero.

http://devedge.netscape.com/library/...r.html#1200964
DU

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