Required. The variable name to which the Number object is assigned.
Required. The numeric value.
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The following table lists the functions of the Number object.
Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether a value is finite.
Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether a value is an integer.
Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether a value is the reserved value NaN (not a number).
The following table lists the methods of the Number object.
Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether an object has a property with the specified name.
Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether an object exists in another object's prototype hierarchy.
Returns a Boolean value that indicates whether a specified property is part of an object and whether it is enumerable.
Returns a string that contains a number represented in exponential notation.
Returns a string that represents a number in fixed-point notation.
Returns an object converted to a string based on the current locale.
Returns a string that contains a number that is represented in either exponential or fixed-point notation and that has a specified number of digits.
Returns a string representation of an object.
Returns the primitive value of the specified object.