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Decimals Allowed

Fred Serry Sep 9, 2000
Allows the user to enter a number with up to 2 decimal places in a text box. In other words, 99 is ok, 99.9 is ok, 99.99 is ok, but 99.999 is rejected. You can easily change the number of decimal places that are permitted. (i.e. 1, 2, 3, etc.) For the example, enter a number with up to 2 decimal places then try entering one with more than 2 decimal places.
Please enter a number with up to 2 decimal places:

The JavaScript Source: Forms: Decimals Allowed

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