by Sai gowtham

Convert the string to Double in JavaScript

In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to convert the string to a double in JavaScript with the help of examples.

Consider, we have the following string in our code:

const price = "234.123";

Now, we need to convert the above string "234.123" to a double 234.123.

Using parseFloat() function

To convert a string to a double, we can use the built-in parseFloat() function in JavaScript.

The parseFloat() function takes the string as an argument and parses it to a double.

Here is an example:

const price= "234.123";
const result = parseFloat(price);

console.log(result);

Output:

234.123

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