Thank you! Well explained.
Did you test your program? It didn't work for me (I'm using Python 3).
you saved me couldnt figure out how to add $ sign
Very clear on how to add a $ that is left justified (e.g., $ 2.30, $ 234,590.09). However, most clean displays of currency places the $ sign just to the left of the left most digit (e.g., $2.30, $234,590.09). Python has no way to place the dollar sign in the clean looking location of a dollar amount.
Thank you, this helped me. Was struggling before with this and I kept getting errors.
Great explanation. However, what if I wanted to use periods as thousands separator and commas as decimal ?
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