Values to the right of the decimal are generally called 'small' since they
are smaller than values to the left of the decimal. `format_small()`

lets you update the settings of a `rounding_specification`

object
(see round_spec) so that values right of the decimal will be printed
with a specific format (see examples).

format_small(rspec, mark = "", interval = 5L)

rspec | a |
---|---|

mark | a character value used to separate number groups to the right of the decimal point. See prettyNum for more details on this. Set this input to '' to negate it's effect. |

interval | a numeric value indicating the size of number groups for numbers left of the decimal. |

an object of class `rounding_specification`

.

Other formatting helpers:
`format_decimal()`

small_x <- 0.1234567 rspec <- round_spec() rspec <- round_using_decimal(rspec, digits = 7) rspec <- format_small(rspec, mark = '*', interval = 1) table_value(small_x, rspec)#> [1] "0.1*2*3*4*5*6*7"