Working with currencies is the use-case that you might find yourself stumbled upon more often than not. And one of the aspects of it is to display the currency on the frontend. Currency is a complex topic and since there are various currencies out there, it becomes a lot harder to work with them.

Typically, when you incorporate currency in your application, all you may do is store the number associated with the currency and the actual currency code in let’s say a database.

const userPayment = -1500; const formattedUserPayment = new Intl.NumberFormat( 'en-US', { style: 'currency', currency: 'USD', currencySign: 'accounting' }).format(userPayment); console.log(formattedUserPayment); // '($1,500.00)'
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