Assuming adding a layer of vex to convert from float to string is a pain, the ftrim() expression can be used to pretty print floats as strings.ftrim(detail(-1, "test", 0))
Thanks @jsmack for showing me how to use ftrim expression this is helpful, although I can't trim to how many decimals I want. Although with
I can Trim to 3 decimal place.
I believe adding
under the belt is not bad idea.