Re: Decimal point alignment in HTML Tables

Subject: Re: Decimal point alignment in HTML Tables
From: Dick Margulis <ampersandvirgule -at- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET>
Date: Wed, 26 May 1999 18:53:59 -0400

Yes you can.

Create two columns, not one. Align the integer an decimal point portion
of the number flush right in the first column. Align the fractional
portion of the number flush left in the second column. Nyet problema!

Walter Crockett wrote:
>
> Other than putting all the numbers hard left or hard right, is there a way to
> align entries in a column of table cells by their decimal points in HTML?
> That is, if I have a column containing individual cells of 3.00, 200.00 and
> 70.00, with a total cell at the bottom of 273.00, can I make it look nice and
> tidy?
>
> Walter Crockett
>
> =

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