No cents coldfusion

Why is this not converting the number to not having cents?
<cfoutput>#replace(dollarFormat(200000.23), ".00", "")#</cfoutput>

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jasch2244Asked:
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parikaaCommented:
Your example is looking for a matching string ".00".

".00" does not exist in 200000.23

Try this function that I found on http://cookbooks.adobe.com/post_No_cents_DollarFormat-16261.html:

 
        function MyDollarFormat(money_string){
            money_string = DollarFormat(money_string);
            money_string = rereplaceNoCase(money_string, '\.\d{2}', '');
            return(money_string);
        }


#MyDollarFormat(someMoney)#

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_agx_Commented:
The function is the better option. But another shortcut for US dollars is

<cfoutput>#listFirst(dollarFormat(200000.23), ".")#</cfoutput>
silvera21Commented:
If you want to maintain the zeros after the decimal, you can do something like this.

<cfset num = NumberFormat("55.99", ".") />
<cfset num = NumberFormat(num, "$.00") />

Somewhat messier than a one line solution, but it works. Remove the dollar sign if not necessary.

Or you can do this: <cfset num = Numberformat(NumberFormat("55.99", "."), "$.00") />

A little less readable though.
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silvera21Commented:
This will just get rid of the zeros and decimal, only function needed:

<cfset num = NumberFormat("55.99", "$") />
_agx_Commented:
> If you want to maintain the zeros

   No, I believe they want to remove the zeroes.
silvera21Commented:
Ok, I wasn't sure if they wanted to zero out the cents or just remove them.

So this will work fine then

<cfset num = NumberFormat("55.99", "$") />

Or

#NumberFormat("55.99", "$")# - for just an output solution.
_agx_Commented:
> #NumberFormat("55.99", "$")#

Neat. I don't know that I've ever that particular mask. But bear in mind it will round the value. So the result will be "$56", rather than "$55".  If that's acceptable, go with that one. Otherwise, use one of the previous suggestions.
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