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Number Fields are the most basic form of number type fields.
Decimal Places can be configured for your field to show up to 10 digits.
If None or 0 is selected, only whole digits will appear in your table components. Some specific behavior to note is that, if a decimal value is submitted on a form for a Number field configured this way, rounding will not occur and the digits after the decimal place will not be stored.
The behavior with one or more Decimal Places configured is slightly different in that the digits after the decimal place will be stored and rounding occurs. For example, let's say that we have Decimal Places configured to 1 and I enter the following value in a form.
With the current configuration, the value appears rounded to the nearest 1 decimal place.
If the Number field is updated so that Decimal Places is 2, the value does not need to be rounded and the original value submitted on the form can be observed on table components.
The Thousands Delimiter determines what symbol separates groups of thousands when viewing the values. This setting does not affect how the values appear in forms. There are currently 4 options as follows:
By default, None is configured. Numbers will appear as-is with this setting.
Pictured below are samples of the non-default configurations in the same order as listed above.