TypeScript | toLocaleString() Function

The toLocaleString() method in TypeScript is to convert the number into a local specific representation of the number using the locale of the environment.

Syntax:

number.toLocaleString()

Return Value: The toLocaleString() method in TypeScript returns a human readable string representing the number using the locale of the environment.

Below examples illustrate the working of toLocaleString() function in TypeScript:

Example 1:



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<script>
  
// toLocaleString() method
var num = new Number(432.3456);
console.log(num.toLocaleString());
</script>

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Output:

432.3456

Example 2:

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<script>
  
// toLocaleString() method
let Number_1 : number = 23415.456;
console.log("Number Method: toLocaleString()");
  
// returns in US English
console.log(Number_1.toLocaleString()); 
</script>

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Output:

Number Method: toLocaleString()
23, 415.456

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