JS money format | Example code

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Use numberFormatter() function to format numbers as currency strings (money format) in JS. It is part of the Internationalization API in JavaScript.

JS money format example

Simple HTML example code create our money number formatter.

<!doctype html>

      // Create our number formatter.
      var formatter = new Intl.NumberFormat('en-US', {
        style: 'currency',
        currency: 'USD',

      // These options are needed to round to whole numbers 
      //minimumFractionDigits: 0, // (this suffices for whole numbers, but will print 2500.10 as $2,500.1)
      //maximumFractionDigits: 0, // (causes 2500.99 to be printed as $2,501)

    var res =  formatter.format(2500);




JS money format

Source: stackoverflow.com

Other country money format

Using the currency field, you can specify which specific currency you want to format to, such as 'USD', 'CAD' or 'INR'.

const price = 1470000.15;

// Format the price above to USD, INR, EUR using their locales.
let dollarUS = Intl.NumberFormat("en-US", {
    style: "currency",
    currency: "USD",

let rupeeIndian = Intl.NumberFormat("en-IN", {
    style: "currency",
    currency: "INR",

let euroGerman = Intl.NumberFormat("de-DE", {
    style: "currency",
    currency: "EUR",

console.log("Dollars: " + dollarUS.format(price));
// Dollars: $147,000,000.15

console.log("Rupees: " + rupeeIndian.format(price));
// Rupees: ₹14,70,000.15

console.log("Euros: " + euroEU.format(price));
// Euros: 1.470.000,15 €

Source: stackabuse.com

Do comment if you have any doubts or suggestions on this JavaScript format.

Note: The All JS Examples codes are tested on the Firefox browser and the Chrome browser.

OS: Windows 10

Code: HTML 5 Version


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