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XSL: format-number does not add leading zero

Posted on 2004-10-21
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Format-number does not add leading zeros for numbers 0<n<1

<xsl:value-of select="format-number(someNode, '#####.##')"/>


someNode       Output
123.1230001     123.12
0.900                 .9


That last example should be "0.9"    


Please advise


Thanks
Daniel

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Question by:jasww
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    <xsl:value-of select="format-number(someNode, '####0.##')"/>
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    by:jasww
    Will that screw up other numbers?

    Such as 123.123, will it output "1230.12" by mistake?


    Thanks
    Daniel
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    by:brunomsilva
    no, but i'm not really sure. i haven't touched xsl for a while, but give it a try
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