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    Default Answered: Suppress 0 In Grid Column

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    I have a db file that contains a 3 digit number field (no decimals). If this field is "empty", naturally the value is 0. When I display this field in a grid, it shows up as 0. Instead of displaying 0, I want the field to display as blank. If the value is 3, it should show 3 (not 003). How do I suppress a value of zero (and any leading zeros) in a grid column? I tried searching for this answer but came up empty.

  2. You can specify a custom renderer on a column, i.e.:

    Code:
    {
    // ...
    
    renderer : function(value) {
    value = parseInt(value);
     return value === 0 ? "" : value;
    }
    
    }

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    You can specify a custom renderer on a column, i.e.:

    Code:
    {
    // ...
    
    renderer : function(value) {
    value = parseInt(value);
     return value === 0 ? "" : value;
    }
    
    }

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    Make sure you do parseInt(value, 10) so that it parses as a decimal.

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    Thanks for the replies.


    I think I see how this works. I'm a little new to the syntax of value === 0 ? "" : value;


    Once I added that renderer to my column, the cell is now showing NaN.


    *EDIT* BAH! User error. This works like a charm!

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