Hi,

When I’m setting a text I get as a result from various variables a number with a lot of digits, for example 0,030332. Can I reduce the digits after the decimal point to 1 and delete the rest?

Thanks,

max

Hi,

When I’m setting a text I get as a result from various variables a number with a lot of digits, for example 0,030332. Can I reduce the digits after the decimal point to 1 and delete the rest?

Thanks,

max

Hi Maxosh,

you can use **math.floor** to remove all decimal point ( downgrade to integer)

fx example for floor

[[math.floor(this.text)]]

another case is **math.ceil** to upgrade to integer.

fx example for ceil

[[math.ceil(this.text)]]

Hi Teano,

thanks for your answer! But I needed exactly 1 decimal. I found out that you can define the numbers of decimal with this, what is great

[[ XXX.toFixed(1) ]]

Best,

Max

Hi Teano,

now I have a question With which action do you use the fx [[math.floor(this.text)]] ? Set Text? Then “floor” is a variable value? And “this.text” is the textfield (number)?

Thanks,

max

You would put it in the text field of the Set Text action. Make sure you wrap it in `[[ ]]`

so that Axure will evaluate it instead of printing it literally.

`Math.floor()`

is a function which returns the nearest integer, rounding down. Just like `.toFixed()`

is a function (or you could say a method of the widget text object) that takes a number as a parameter and tries to parse the text as a number to the specified amount of decimal places. So you pass your widget text to it, and if it can be interpreted as a number, you’ll get the rounded down integer. If it’s not a number it will say NaN instead.

In any Action, `this`

refers to the widget on which the action resides. So `this.text`

is the text on the widget. `this.x`

is the X position of the widget. `this.name`

is the internal name you give the widget, etc.