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I have a custom field who's type is number, with format: 18 digit, 0 decimal places. However, when I output it using <apex:outputfield value="soBject__c.Number__c" /> for example, it displays: 18.0 dispite the fact that it's 0 decimal places in the number?

Is there anyway to hide the .0 ? Or do I just need to convert it to a string?

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I've found that by far the easiest/simplest way to achieve this is to just use the FLOOR() Visualforce function:

<apex:outputText value="{!FLOOR(sObject.Number__c)}"/>
  • This works great when the scale is 0 (your case). – DerekLansing Sep 12 '12 at 4:34
  • Yeah, you don't want to use it for situations where you want to keep your decimal part (or round correctly), but when scale is 0 and you don't want the .0 showing, it's the option with the cleanest markup IMO. – Matt Lacey Sep 12 '12 at 4:38
  • I agree that this is much simpler than the MessageFormat, and therefore better IMO. This question only asks specifically about whole numbers with 0 decimal places which this method covers. – Peter Knolle Sep 12 '12 at 10:33
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would formatting do the trick?

   <apex:outputText value="{0,number,#,##0}">$    
       <apex:param value="{!soBject__c.Number__c}"/>
    </apex:outputText>

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