Use Intl.NumberFormat to enable country / currency sensitive formatting.
Do you useMath.pow() to raise a number to a power? Did you know you can use the exponent operator ** as well?
Destructure the array to get x1, y1, x2 and y2. Calculate the midpoint for each dimension by dividing the sum of the two endpoints by 2.
Use Math.round() and template literals to round the number to the specified number of digits. Omit the second argument, decimals, to round to an integer.
Use parseFloat() to try to convert n to a number. Use !Number.isNaN() to check if num is a number.
In this snippet, look at how to get a random integer between two numbers.
Check whether a number is odd or even using the modulo (%) operator. Return true if the number is even, false if the number is odd.
Check whether a number is odd or even using the modulo (%) operator. Return true if the number is odd, false if the number is even.
Use Math.pow() to calculate x to the power of 1/n which is equal to the nth root of x.
Use Math.max() and Math.min() to find the closest safe value. Use Math.round() to convert to an integer.