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number.toFixed( value )
The toFixed() method is used with a number using the ‘.’ operator, as indicated in the above syntax. This method uses fixed-point notation to format a number.
This method only accepts a single parameter value. It denotes how many digits will appear following the decimal point.
It returns a number in string form as the return value. According to the toFixed() method, the number has the precise amount of digits after the decimal place.
Using the method toFixed() without any parameters: If no parameter is given in the toFixed() method, no digits after the decimal place are displayed.
Using the toFixed() function with the following parameter: The toFixed() method will return a number written as a string with exactly that amount of digits after the decimal place if a parameter is given.
Using the toFixed() function to convert an exponential number into a string representation with a certain number of digits after the decimal place: The toFixed() method can be used to convert an exponential number into a string representation with a specific number of digits after the decimal place.
Uses of toFixed() method
A number is converted to a string using the toFixed() function.
The toFixed() method takes a string and rounds it to a specified number of decimals.
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