dollar_format

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Percentile

Currency formatter: round to nearest cent and display dollar sign.

The returned function will format a vector of values as currency. Values are rounded to the nearest cent, and cents are displayed if any of the values has a non-zero cents and the largest value is less than largest_with_cents which by default is 100000.

Usage
dollar_format(prefix = "$", suffix = "", largest_with_cents = 1e+05, ...,
  big.mark = ",", negative_parens = FALSE)

dollar(x)

Arguments
prefix,suffix
Symbols to display before and after amount.
largest_with_cents
the value that all values of x must be less than in order for the cents to be displayed
...
Other arguments passed on to format.
big.mark
Character used between every 3 digits.
negative_parens
Should negative values be shown with parentheses?
x
a numeric vector to format
Value

  • a function with single parameter x, a numeric vector, that returns a character vector

Aliases
  • dollar
  • dollar_format
Examples
dollar_format()(c(-100, 0.23, 1.456565, 2e3))
dollar_format()(c(1:10 * 10))
dollar(c(100, 0.23, 1.456565, 2e3))
dollar(c(1:10 * 10))
dollar(10^(1:8))

usd <- dollar_format(prefix = "USD ")
usd(c(100, -100))

euro <- dollar_format(prefix = "", suffix = "\u20ac")
euro(100)

finance <- dollar_format(negative_parens = TRUE)
finance(c(-100, 100))
Documentation reproduced from package scales, version 0.2.5, License: MIT + file LICENSE

Community examples

sitieneigrc8@gmail.com at Jul 6, 2019 scales v0.2.0

dollar_format()(c(100, 0.23, 1.456565, 2e3)) dollar_format()(c(1:10 * 10)) dollar(c(100, 0.23, 1.456565, 2e3)) dollar(c(1:10 * 10))