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How to convert numeric values to decimal numbers?

iamsplunker
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I have a field called Availability and the field values are like 98.32 % and I want them to be converted as decimal numbers like "0.9832" please help

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richgalloway
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An example event or two would be helpful, but perhaps this will get you started.

 

| eval Availability = round(tonumber(rtrim(Availability, "%")) / 100, 4)

 

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richgalloway
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An example event or two would be helpful, but perhaps this will get you started.

 

| eval Availability = round(tonumber(rtrim(Availability, "%")) / 100, 4)

 

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If this reply helps you, an upvote would be appreciated.

spitchika
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Yes your answer perfectly works...
| makeresults
| eval value="98.32%"
| eval Availability = round(tonumber(rtrim(value, "%")) / 100, 4)

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richgalloway
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If your problem is resolved, then please click the "Accept as Solution" button to help future readers.

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