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Remove thousands separator

Posted on 2013-05-21
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I have a formula field that combines number with a letter combination, i.e. "CD-" & {trade.invoicenum), results in CD-123,456.00.  

I want to remove the comma and decimals so it looks like this:

                      CD-123456

I know how to use the totext to eliminate the decimals, but how to I get rid of the commas?
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It is another option in ToText

ToText({YourNumber,0,"")

ToText(Number to convert, Number of Decimals, Thousands separator)

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so obvious...I should have figured that one out.  Thanks!!
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