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remove trailing zeros in the string

Posted on 2009-05-19
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     if pageNumber comes as null i am assigning as 1;Let's assume that fin value is 10;then final output is coming as 010_1;
      i want to remove trailing zeros from the final output.
      
      var      pageNumber=document.forms[0].pageNumber.value;
            if(pageNumber == 'null' || pageNumber =="")
                  pageNumber=1;

                  var fin=10;

              addData += ((pageNumber-1)*10)+fin+"_"+pageNumber+",";


              alert(addData)
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Question by:chaitu chaitu
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by:sam2912
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I don't see any trailing zeroes in your example. Did you mean leading zeroes?
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by:chaitu chaitu
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yes.
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David H.H.Lee earned 500 total points
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Something like this?
<script>
var s;
 
s=((pageNumber-1)*10)+fin+"_"+pageNumber+","; //"010_1"
 
var regZ;
regZ=/^[0]+/;
 
s=s.replace(regZ,'');  
 
addData += s;
alert(addData);
</script>

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