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This template tests whether a value is numeric (or at least, that it can be treated as such by the expression ParserFunction).

Usage

By default, simply writing {{Isnumeric|1,327}} (where 1,327 is an example number) will pass through the parameter if it's numeric and be blank if it's not. If the parameter boolean=true is given, as in {{Isnumeric|1,327|boolean=true}}, then the template will output 1 if numeric and 0 if not numeric.

Examples

coderesult
{{Isnumeric|1,327.50}}

1,327.50

{{Isnumeric|9,999 (1950)}}
{{Isnumeric|9999999999999}}

9999999999999

{{Isnumeric|500 metres}}
{{Isnumeric|500*500}}

500*500

{{Isnumeric|9.999e50}}

9.999e50

{{Isnumeric|1+1}}

1+1

{{Isnumeric}}

See also


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History of Early American Landscape Design contributors, "Template:Isnumeric/doc," History of Early American Landscape Design, , https://heald.nga.gov/mediawiki/index.php?title=Template:Isnumeric/doc&oldid=2797 (accessed May 25, 2022).

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