How to Use Commas as Thousand Separators in JavaScript

To comma-separate thousands in a big number in JavaScript, use the built-in toLocaleString() method. It localizes the number to follow a country-specific number formatting. To separate thousands with commas, localize the number to the USA. To do this, pass the ‘en-US’ locale code as an argument to the toLocaleString() method. For example: Output: Alternative Approaches …

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How to Pass a Variable from HTML Page to Another (w/ JavaScript)

One way to pass a variable from one HTML page to another using JavaScript is to use the browser’s localStorage object. localStorage provides a way to store key-value pairs in the user’s web browser, so that they persist across different pages and sessions. Here’s an example of how you could use localStorage to pass a …

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