I wonder if you can help me please.
Trying to set the output of a textbox to 2 decimal places and failing completely!
Please find code below:
var ans=(document.form.one.value) * (document.form.two.value)
<!--The block of code below is HTML - this code sets out the webpage, placing boxes, buttons etc on
the form for the user-->
<h1 style="color: darkgreen;"><big>Welcome to the main webpage</style></big></h1>
<p style="background-color: orange;">Input your Rate of Pay and select or input the Hours you Worked this week
into the Input Boxes provided, then click the "Submit Enquiry" button to obtain the calculated result</style></p>
Select or Enter the Weekly Hours Worked (Min 1 Max 168) <b><input type="number" name="one" min="1" max="168" required></b>
Enter the Rate of Pay (Example 9.30) £ <input type="text" name="two" required>
Weekly wage earned £ <input type="text" name="answer">
<input type="button" value="Submit Enquiry" name="now" onclick="multiply()">
<input type="reset" value="Reset all fields">
When I click the button I need the result to be rounded to 2 dec places.
Thanks in advance
I’ve edited your post for readability. When you enter a code block into a forum post, please precede it with a separate line of three backticks and follow it with a separate line of three backticks to make it easier to read.
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Thank you for your reply ieahleen magical girl, it was unforntunately not very helpful as it failed to address the issue I have, never heard of backticks. Now if you don’t mind, if you have something constructive to write in reply to my initail post - please write it and be helpful otherwise why waste your time?
Please bear in mind that @ilenia is a member of the forum moderation team, and that like any member of our community she should be treated with respect. Formatting your posts correctly allows us read them so we are able to accurately provide the help you are asking for.
The backtick key (`) can be found next to the
1 key on a standard US-QWERTY keyboard.
I wasn’t able to help you, but I could make so that who comes after can.
How could someone help if they can’t read your code?
Please next time you post a code snippet format it using backticks so it can be read.