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Attribute Number

The attribute number type is designed to store numeric values (of any kind, integers, doubles, floats). It has the following specific properties.


How many digits the number can have (if you use 3, the biggest number is 999)


The minimal value this attribute can have


The maximum value this attribute can have


The number of decimal digits that value of the attribute can have (if the value is "3" with 2 decimal digits it will be stored as 3,00)

Min Decimals

The minimum number of decimals this value must have. If the decimals property allows 4 decimal digits, the user can enter a value with up to four decimal digits, but if the Min Decimals option is active the user must enter at least that number of decimal digits.


If the value should be grouped by the thousands. Example: if the value is 1000000 and grouping is true, the value will be displayed as 1.000.000.

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