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Master III

## Can we show somehow these very high numbers in standard format

Hello,

Let me know if there is any way to change these very high/low numbers in normal format like '#,##0.00' format. I have used Money(Value,'#,##0.00') in the expressions. Thanks in advance for the help!

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There's no easy way to display 20 digit numbers in that format. Why would you want to do that anyway? Would it not be better to convert the entire chart into larger units?

You could  try a Dual() value like this (partially tested):

=Dual(If(N >= 1E13, Num(Floor(N / 1E12), '# ##0', '.',  ' ')) & ' ' &  Num(N - Floor(N / 1E12) * 1E12, '# ##0', '.', ' '), N)

Where N is the expression or value to be formatted.

Logic will get you from a to b. Imagination will take you everywhere. - A Einstein
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Champion III

Hi

just an idea .

can you create a inline table in script  like current format and map that and use as a format ?

and here what you want to see instead of big number ?

Master III
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I think its because Qlik has limitation of showing max 14 diigits, if you see numbers in the chart, they are converted into scientific notation(e+20 at the end). I need to avoid that and show the standard format.

Champion III

Ohh is it?

what is your measure and their input values?

Champion III

did you tried to change set  money format and see?

SET MoneyFormat='₹ #,##0.00;₹ -#,##0.00';      [this is by default - you can change here and try]

Master III
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Format is fine for 99% cases. Its showing scientific notation only for very large number. If you see the image, you can see few numbers in proper format with 2 decimal points.

Champion III

yes I'm able to see youssefbelloum‌  or omar bensalem  can have some idea on this

Champion III

can you share sample qvf ?

There's no easy way to display 20 digit numbers in that format. Why would you want to do that anyway? Would it not be better to convert the entire chart into larger units?

You could  try a Dual() value like this (partially tested):

=Dual(If(N >= 1E13, Num(Floor(N / 1E12), '# ##0', '.',  ' ')) & ' ' &  Num(N - Floor(N / 1E12) * 1E12, '# ##0', '.', ' '), N)

Where N is the expression or value to be formatted.

Logic will get you from a to b. Imagination will take you everywhere. - A Einstein
Champion III