Im very new html, javascript, and css so please forgive if my question sounds idiotic to you. My question is how can I prevent the function toFixed() from rounding of the decimal number.

Here's my link: http://jsfiddle.net/RWBaA/4/

What Im trying to do is Im checking the input if its a valid decimal number whenever the user types in the textbox. At the same time I also want to check if the input is a valid currency which means it can only add two more numbers at the right of the decimal point. The problem is when the user enters the 3rd number after the decimal point the 2nd number after the decimal point is rounded off to the nearest hundredths if the the 3rd number is >= 5.

Test Input :

Input Output 123456.781 -> 123456.78 123456.786 -> 123456.79

Why my code does not allow arrow keys in chrome?

Please help. If you have a better solution you are free to suggest. Thanks in advance.

Round the number (down) to the nearest cent first:

```
val = Math.floor(100 * val) / 100;
```

Additionally, to prevent toFixed() from rounding off decimal numbers and to make your number into two decimal places you can use this,

```
val = (Math.floor(100 * val) / 100).toFixed(2);
```

you can give this a try, it won't round your decimals

```
var toFixed = function(val, decimals) {
var arr = ("" + val).split(".")
if(arr.length === 1)
return val
var int = arr[0],
dec = arr[1],
max = dec.length - 1
return decimals === 0 ? int :
[int,".",dec.substr(0, decimals > max ? max : decimals)].join("")
}
```

if you want to avoid rounding off... Ex. 1.669 => 1.67, 548.466 => 548.47

The function result looks like: 1.669 => 1.66, 548.466 => 548.46

Then the following JQuery function will help you. It is tested and working properly.

```
<input name="a" type="text" id="a" size="7%" tabindex="2">
$('#a').keyup(function(e){
if($(this).val().indexOf('.')!=-1){
if($(this).val()=="." && $(this).val().length==1){
this.value = parseFloat(0).toFixed(1);
}else if($(this).val().split(".")[1].length > 2){
if( isNaN( parseFloat( this.value ) ) )
return;
this.value = $(this).val().split(".")[0]+"."+$(this).val().split(".")[1].substring(0,2);
}
}
});
```

That's even simpler:

```
function truncateToDecimals(num, dec = 2) {
const calcDec = Math.pow(10, dec);
return Math.trunc(num * calcDec) / calcDec;
}
```

So:

```
truncateToDecimals(123456.786) -> 123456.78
```

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