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TreeGrid documentationInt type shows integer number in selected format.
|"g"||General||(ng = "0.######" , ngg = "0.###### E+00"), for numbers under 1e10 uses ng, above uses ngg.|
|"f"||Fixed||(nf = "0.00")|
|"c"||Currency||(nc = "$###########0.00")|
|"p"||Percent||(np = "0.00%")|
|"r"||Rounded||(nr = "0.0000", nrg = "0.0000 E+00"), for numbers under 1e10 uses nr, above uses nrg.|
|"e"||Scientific||(ne = "0.000000 E+000")|
|0||Place for a digit, displays digit or 0. If there are more digits than count of 0 and # in integer part, all the rest digits are written left to the first 0 or #.|
|#||Place for a digit, displays digit or nothing if there are no more digits. Has sense only for decimal part or exponent definition.|
(new 7.0) Hidden digit, the digit will not be displayed. Digits are always counted from decimal separator position to both sides.|
It cannot be combined with '#' in the same number part. It can be used only for left and right side of integer part or left side of decimal part.
Example: Val = "123456.789", Format = "8000" => Result = "456"; Format = "088" => Result = "1234"; Format = "8.80" => Result = "8"
(Dot) Decimal separator. Displays decimal separator defined in file Text.xml, tag <Format>, attribute DecimalSeparator. (dot by default).|
Can be only used only once.
(Comma) This character has two meanings:|
If this is placed between any digits characters ('0' or '#') left to decimal separator, there will all three digits separated by thousand separator defined in file Text.xml, tag <Format>, attribute GroupSeparator. (comma by default).
Example: Val = "123456.789", Format = ",0.00" => Result = "123,456.79"(since 10.0) It is possible to specify different number of separated digits than 3 by <Format> attributes GroupCount1 (the last group) and GroupCount (other groups).
For example for Indian number format set <Format GroupCount1='3' GroupCount='2'/>If this is placed between last digit and decimal separator (or to the end if decimal separator is not used), the value will be divided by 1000. There can be more commas to divide more times.
Example: Val = "123456.789", Format = "0,,.00" => Result = "0.12"
Place for '%' character (it is defined in file Text.xml, tag <Format>, attribute Percent). If it is present, the number is also multiplied by 100.|
To place the % character without multiplying by 100, write it with backslash "\%".
|E, e, E-, E+, e-, e+ Result will use exponential notation. To this location is placed 'E' or 'e' letter followed by digits of exponent.|
If used exponential notation, the number of digits before decimal separator is given by count of all digit places ('0' or '#') before decimal separator.|
This letter must be followed by number digit places ('0' or '#') to specify number of exponent digits.
E or e specifies case of E letter, E+ uses sign + for positive exponents, E- and E uses no sign for positive exponents.
Example: Val = "123456.789", Format = "000.000 E+00" => Result = "123.456 E+03"
Example: Val = "-0.0123456789", Format = ":0.0000(E000)" => Result = ":-1.2346(E-002)"
(Semicolon) There can be up to three different formats separated by semicolon.|
The first format is used for positive numbers (and for 0 if the third format missing), second for negative numbers (without minus sign) and third for 0.
Remember, from the negative part is read only string before number and after the number, all other (the number format) is used always from positive part.
So the negative part can be used only to remove, replace or change position of the minus or change CSS attribute like color by the prefix and postfix.
Escape character, the next character is placed to output without any changes. Use to place format characters as 0 # . , E e + - \ " ' %.|
|'xxx' or "xxx"
Characters in quotes or double quotes are placed to output without any changes. Use to place format characters as 0 # . , E e + - \ " ' %.|