TEXT Function

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The TEXT function formats numbers according to a given format. For example, if column A contains the number 23.7825 and you need to format it to three decimal places, you would use


As a result, you'd get the string "23.782".



String format:

The string format is written as follows: [flags][width][.precision]conversion

  • [flags] — special symbols for formatting. For example, the "+" flag means that the numeric value must include the + symbol; the "-" flag means the result should be left-justified; and the "," flag sets the thousands separator for integers. It is not mandatory.
  • [width] — A positive decimal integer that defines the minimum number of characters to be displayed. It is not mandatory.
  • [.precision] — non-negative integer with a decimal point before it. Usually used to limit the number of characters. It is not mandatory.
  • conversion — a symbol that indicates how the number should be formatted. You can use d for whole numbers, f for floats. This is mandatory.

As an example, let's say we have the number 12.34 in a field called "Number field."

  • TEXT({{Task.Number field}};"d") - result: 12
  • TEXT({{Task.Number field}};"05d") - result: 00012
  • TEXT({{Task.Number Field}};"04.3f") - result: 0012.340
  • TEXT({{Task.Number field}};".4f") - result: 12.3400



TEXT({{Task.Number field}};".3f")

TEXT(1234567; ",.2f") - result: 12 345,67

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