I need to create an entry box for customer to enter door sizes. I'm not sure if there is a better way but I am thinking of having a text box allowing customer enter something like: 12 1/2 x 74 7/8 (inch) which is width x length
1) How to parse this since I need to use this in a formula. I need to extract 12, then 1/2 then 74 and finally 7/8.
2) How can I avoid getting garbage from this text box on page?
You could use something like below to parse the fractional piece into a decimal value. I assume you're going to ultimately want it as a decimal so you can perform calculations, sort, etc, plus this provides
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