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Challenge #234: Spell It Out For Me - Part 1

RH0258
8 - Asteroid

This will work for any set of numbers that has no more than 2 d.p and is no more that 999999999.99. I could have made it more adaptable but I thought that would be overkill for currency.

Toons
11 - Bolide

My solution :

 

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jamielaird
14 - Magnetar

Here's my solution:

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JP_SDAK
8 - Asteroid

Love the tokenizer!  Sounds like a super hero 🙂

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apathetichell
11 - Bolide

Now off to browse everyone elses solutions to see if there was some two tool solution which I skipped... Is there an issue with some versions processing fixed decimal types? I know there was a question on the forum a few weeks back from a user who couldn't get two decimal places automatically using a fixed decimal with a detail of 2.  My version of Designer seems to have the same issue so I had to manually add the extra zero where applicable.

SWalker
7 - Meteor

Lil Pad action & Regex. 

MPard
6 - Meteoroid
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Found an elegant 3 step solution for this one!

bjkay30
8 - Asteroid

I struggle to find a use-case where needing to do this would actually be beneficial.  However, good use of the "Padleft" function.

 

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PeterYuan
7 - Meteor
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learn about Padleft function

DataHabanero
9 - Comet

Excellent challenge, really fun!