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Dave W.
2014-01-21 02:12:22


When I plot the volume on a chart and show the plotted value on screen, there are no commas separating the numbers which makes the volume challenging to read sometimes. For example, the volume might be 43783992. Is there a way to format the volume plotted as 43,783,992?

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2014-01-21 13:36:27

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Please check this function: Transform Double To Comma Separated Representation





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Dave W.
2014-01-22 04:18:12

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Outstanding. Thank you.


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