Now users can enter unformatted values in the field of the **Number **type.

Formatting values in fields of the Number type: Integer

If a user enters a value with several leading zeros, the system will cut them off while saving the value. For example, after entering “00015” or “000”, the system saves “15” and “0”.

If the field is empty, the system does not apply formatting to it.

Formatting values in fields of the Number type: Fraction Number

If a user has entered less than two characters after the separator of the integer and fractional parts, the system adds the missing zeros. For example, after entering “156” or “11.2”, the system saves “156.00” and “11.20”.

If a user enters a value with several leading zeros, the system will cut them off while saving the value. For example, after entering “00015.77” or “000.00”, the system saves “15.00” and “0.00”.

If a user enters a value starting with the separator character of the integer and fractional parts, the system adds a leading zero. For example, after entering ", 61" the system saves "0.61".

If a user enters a value with a fractional part exceeding two characters, the system will cut off the extra digits. For example, after entering "123.4567", the system saves "123.45".

If the field is empty, the system does not apply formatting to it.

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