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Limiting decimal when showing prices


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My store will sell expensive items, so I would like to show decimals for a price when showing the catalog


i.e.: 2300,32


I know that prices are different if taxes applies or not or even if customer is logged on or not. But I'd like to be able to limit them when shown in the catalog.

And to use them, as usual, when billing.

Any suggestion.

Thanks in ahead of time.

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Are you saying you would have a price such as "2300.32", and want to display it as "2300"? I don't think that would be legal. It would probably be OK to round up to the next whole dollar/euro/whatever currency: "2301". Or, set your prices in the first place to be an even number of currency units ("2300.00") and then format the price to drop the decimal amount. There would be a call on the product display page to format the price (currency), and you would have to make a custom copy of that routine (under a new name) that forces the number of decimal places to display to 0. That way it shouldn't interfere with prices displayed in the shopping cart and checkout. You might have it check the price first, and use the regular formatting if it's under a certain amount.

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