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Javascript Parsefloat

JavaScript Parsefloat
The only difference between parseInt() and parseFloat() is that parseFloat() allows a single decimal point before returning the value. So:
parseFloat(“3.1415.9999 is a number”);
// return 3.1415
If you’re not sure whether you need to use parseInt() or parseFloat(), go ahead and use parseFloat(). That way, even if you do end up with an integer, then worse than will happen is that you’ll end up with ‘.0’ at the end. Example