replace   text in javascript


i using below code to format numbers
roundNumber(formatNumbers($number, 3), 2).toFixed(2);

the issue is that the $number can come as   which is breaking the script. how must i rewrite the code to to check if the $number contains the text   and if yes change it to 000 else use the value of $number?
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roundNumber(formatNumbers($number.replace(/ /g,""), 3), 2).toFixed(2);
eawebAuthor Commented:
when running the code i can get it as follow.
roundNumber(formatNumbers(1616161, 3), 2).toFixed(2);  --- ok
roundNumber(formatNumbers( , 3), 2).toFixed(2);  ---bad
we remove   each time
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eawebAuthor Commented:
this how i get it

roundNumber(formatNumbers(100000000.replace(/ /g,""), 3), 2).toFixed(2);

roundNumber(formatNumbers( .replace(/ /g,""), 3), 2).toFixed(2);
ok, I understand, you mix php and javascript

put double quotes around :

roundNumber(formatNumbers("100000000".replace(/ /g,""), 3), 2).toFixed(2);

roundNumber(formatNumbers(" ".replace(/ /g,""), 3), 2).toFixed(2);

so :

roundNumber(formatNumbers("$number".replace(/ /g,""), 3), 2).toFixed(2);

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it would be better(?) to put the "replace" inside your formatNumber function
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