By Александр Ковтун

2018-06-13 14:11:13 8 Comments

I have a number of unknown length and i need to format it by adding comma after every 3rd number from the right (so 12345678 becomes 12,345,678). As of now i'm using this chaos to do it

value.toString().split('').reverse().join('').match(/.{1,3}/g).reverse().map( (num) => num.split('').reverse().join('') ).join()

Is there any cleaner way to do it with native functionality?


@VicJordan 2018-06-13 14:14:07

Check out below the simplest way to do this:

let number = 12345678;


Reference -> here

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