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dollarize numbers

Author:
alexdong
Posted:
April 4, 2007
Language:
Python
Version:
.96
Score:
0 (after 0 ratings)

Usage: {{ price|dollarize }}

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@register.filter
def dollarize(c):
    if c>0:
        return "$%s"%c
    else:
        return "-$%s"%(-1*c)

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Comments

greencoder (on July 17, 2007):

Unless I did something wrong, it didn't return two decimal places for integers and single point precision numbers. This did the trick:

def dollarize(c):
  if c > 0:
    return "$%.2f" % c
  else:
    return "-$%.2f" % (-1*c)

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