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# Adobe plug-in: Numbers Suite

This plug-in is provided by Adobe Consulting as a courtesy to help you get more value out of Adobe Analytics. Adobe Customer Care does not provide support with this plug-in, including installation or troubleshooting. If you require help with this plug-in, contact your organization's Account Manager. They can arrange a meeting with a consultant for assistance.

The Numbers Suite a series of JavaScript functions. It includes the following plug-ins:

**zeroPad**: Add a specific number of zeros to the beginning of a number. This plug-in is useful if a variable requires a certain number of digits, such as if you work with JavaScript date objects and want to format a date's month and day with two digits instead of just one digit. For example, 01/09/2020 instead of 1/9/2020 .**randomNumber**: Generate a random number with a specific number of digits. This plug-in is useful if you deploy 3rd-party tags and want a cache-busting random number.**twoDecimals**: Round a number to the closet hundredth. This plug-in is useful for currency purposes, allowing you to round a number to a valid currency value.

## Install the plug-in using the Adobe Experience Platform Launch extension

Adobe offers an extension that allows you to use most commonly-used plug-ins.

- Log in to launch.adobe.com using your AdobeID credentials.
- Click the desired property.
- Go to the Extensions tab, then click on the Catalog button
- Install and publish the Common Analytics Plugins extension
- If you haven't already, create a rule labeled "Initialize Plug-ins" with the following configuration:
- Condition: None
- Event: Core – Library Loaded (Page Top)

- Add an action to the above rule with the following configuration:
- Extension: Common Analytics Plugins
- Action Type: Initialize Numbers Suite

- Save and publish the changes to the rule.

## Install the plug-in using Launch custom code editor

If you do not want to use the plug-in extension, you can use the custom code editor.

- Log in to launch.adobe.com using your AdobeID credentials.
- Click on the desired property.
- Go to the Extensions tab, then click the Configure button under the Adobe Analytics extension.
- Expand the Configure tracking using custom code accordion, which reveals the Open Editor button.
- Open the custom code editor and paste the plug-in code provided below into the edit window.
- Save and publish the changes to the Analytics extension.

## Install the plug-in using AppMeasurement

Copy and paste the following code anywhere in the AppMeasurement file after the Analytics tracking object is instantiated (using
s_gi
). Preserving comments and version numbers of the code in your implementation helps Adobe with troubleshooting any potential issues.

/******************************************* BEGIN CODE TO DEPLOY *******************************************/ /* Adobe Consulting Plugin: zeroPad v1.0 */ function zeroPad(num,nod){num=parseInt(num);nod=parseInt(nod);if(isNaN(num)||isNaN(nod))return"";var c=nod-num.toString().length+ 1;return Array(+(0<c&&c)).join("0")+num}; /* Adobe Consulting Plugin: randomNumber v2.0 (zeroPad plug-in optional)*/ function randomNumber(nod){nod="number"===typeof nod?17>Math.abs(nod)?Math.round(Math.abs(nod)):17:10;for(var a="1",c=0;c<nod;c++) a+="0";a=Number(a);a=Math.floor(Math.random().toFixed(nod)*a)+"";a.length!==nod&&"undefined"!==typeof zeroPad&&(a=zeroPad(a,nod)); return a}; /* Adobe Consulting Plugin: twoDecimals v1.0 */ function twoDecimals(v){return"undefined"===typeof v||void 0===v||isNaN(v)?0:Number(Number(v).toFixed(2))}; /******************************************** END CODE TO DEPLOY ********************************************/

## Use the plug-ins

The
zeroPad
method uses the following arguments:

**num**(required, integer): The number to pad. The method rounds down the value of this argument if it contains decimals.**nod**(required, integer): The number of digits in the final return value. If the number to pad has less digits than the number of digits to pad to, then the plug-in adds zeroes to the beginning of the num argument.

The
randomNumber
method uses the following arguments:

**nod**(optional, integer): The number of digits in the random number that you want to generate. The maximum value is 17 digits. The default value is 10 digits.

The
twoDecimals
method uses the following arguments:

**val**(required, number): A number (represented by either a string or number object) that you want to round to the nearest hundredth.

## Returns

- The
**zeroPad**method returns a string equal to the num argument but with a specific number of zeroes added to the beginning of its value, which ensures that the return value has the correct number of digits. - The
**randomNumber**method returns a string equal to a random number with the desired number of digits. - The
**twoDecimals**method returns a number object rounded to the closest hundredth.

## Example Calls

### zeroPad examples

s.eVar25 = zeroPad(25.5562, 5) //sets eVar25 equal to "00025" s.prop1 = zeroPad(25, 1) //sets prop1 equal to "25" s.prop1 = zeroPad(232425235,23) //sets prop1 equal to "00000000000000232425235"

### randomNumber examples

s.eVar65 = randomNumber(15) //sets eVar65 equal to "721759731750342" or some other random 15-digit number randomNumber() //returns a random 10-digit number but is useless since this isn't used in an expression var j = randomNumber(35) //sets a variable named j equal to "15476068651810060" or another random 17-digit number

### twoDecimals examples

s.events = "event10=" + twoDecimals("85.4827128694") //sets s.events="event10=85.48" var fivehundredthirtytwo = twoDecimals(532.000000001) //sets the variable fivehundredthirtytwo equal to 532 s.eVar65 = twoDecimals("672132.9699736457") //sets s.eVar65 equal to 672132.97

## Version History

### 1.0 (May 25, 2019)

- Initial release.