JS: Number.parseInt

By Xah Lee. Date: .

Convert string to a integer number. radix defaults to 10.

Number.parseInt is same function as the global function parseInt.

[see JS: the Global Object]

console.log ( Number.parseInt === parseInt ); // true
// string to number
console.log(
    parseInt("324")  // 324
);

Using the radix argument.

// hexadecimal string to number
console.log(
    parseInt("f", 16)
); // 15
// binary string to number
console.log (
    parseInt("101", 2)
); // 5

Reference

ECMAScript® 2016 Language Specification#sec-number.parseint

Number Topic


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