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How can i format the float value using the javascript
for example i have an value 3.55577 and i want to format it to 3.56




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This should do the trick (just pass it your float & the number of decimal places you want)...

function FormatFloat(pFloat, pDp){
    var m = Math.pow(10, pDp);
    return parseInt(pFloat * m, 10) / m;
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