Numbers - Do you use separators to improve numbers' readability?

Last updated by Brady Stroud [SSW] 6 days ago.See history

Remember to use dividers when referring to large sums or phone numbers.

  • Total: $27216
  • Phone: 14XXXXXXXXX

Figure: Bad example - These numbers are unwieldy and difficult to read

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  • Total: $2,721.65
  • Phone: +1 XXX XXX XXXX
    ::: ::: good Figure: Good example - Symbols or some spaces make these large numbers easier to read
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Note:

For currency references, different countries use periods in place of commas and vice-versa.
E.g. In the United States and Australia: $2,367.48 / In France and Brazil: $2.367,48.

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