## coldfusion numberformat 2 decimal places

**NumberFormat** - ColdFusion MX: Changed behavior: if the mask format cannot correctly mask
Note that when '9' or '_' is used after the decimal place, 0 will be 2. 3. 4. <
cfscript >. writeOutput ( numberFormat (1.23, '__.00' )) // Returns 1.23.

**Round to two decimal places** - How do you round a number to two decimal places? numberformat() If only
there was a big online listing of all the ColdFusion Display and

**How to truncate number to 2 decimal places in ColdFusion?** - , is the separator for thousands and 0 stands for "pad with zero", as can be read
in the official documentation. Try it like this:

**ColdFusion NumberFormat() Exploration** - Both _ and 9 do the same thing, only 9 shows decimal places a bit more the
number is rounded: .16 rounds up to be .2 in NumberFormat().

**numberFormat Code Examples and CFML Documentation** - Separates every third decimal place with a comma. L,C Left-justifies or center-
justifies about numberFormat. ColdFusion NumberFormat() Exploration - By
Ben Nadel on August 13, 2007 Two decimal places, integer input. Run Code.

**Rounding decimal places - Coldfusion - Advanced Techniques** - What is the best and most acurate way to round a number to 2 decimal places. It
has the be a correctly rounded number not just a mask.. eg: round 3.347 to 3.35.

**ColdFusion samples for formatting numbers with NumberFormat ** - It is easy to control the way numbers are formatted in ColdFusion using the the
number, with every 3rd decimal place separated by with a comma. The third
line builds on the first two lines, by having the number how with

**ColdFusion round() function bug ** - Jamie Krug's ColdFusion blog, regarding ColdFusion/CFML and other You'd
be perfectly sane to expect the first two variables to output as 4000.5 and the
second two hint="Scale to round to (number of decimal places). the mask to
he right of the decimal in numberformat would fix the rounding issue.

**How to truncate number to 2 decimal places in ColdFusion? : Code ** - How can I take some variables and output them only to two decimal places, but
leave the variables themselves unchanged? I tried NumberFormat( reportData,'0

**Custom rounding in ColdFusion** - Anything decimal point that is 5 and higher will round up to the next number. I
whipped up a quick function that treated numbers like strings:.