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JScript Number Obj

Number object properties and methods

[Number properties]Returns the largest number possible in JavaScript MAX_VALUE
[Number properties]Returns the smallest number possible in JavaScript MIN_VALUE
[Number properties]Represents negative infinity (returned on overflow) NEGATIVE_INFINITY
[Number properties]Represents a "Not-a-Number" value NaN
[Number properties]Represents infinity (returned on overflow) POSITIVE_INFINITY
[Number methods]Allows you to add properties and methods to an object prototype
[Number methods]Converts a number into an exponential notation toExponential(x)
[Number methods]Formats a number with x numbers of digits after the decimal point toFixed(x)
[Number methods]Formats a number to x length toPrecision(x)
[Number methods]Converts a Number object to a string toString()
[Number methods]Returns the primitive value of a Number object valueOf()
[Number properties]Returns the function that created the Number object's prototype constructor
[Number properties]Allows you to add properties and methods to an object prototype
Created by: dcrypto